Viking VIII

Based on the tradeoff between cost for mechanical- and electronic development, the target vehicle was allocated to the electronic aspect of the car, and hence the mechanical side of the car side was kept simple. However, the simple mechanics ensured low weight, and maintenance cost, but still allowed to achieve great handling performance. Together with the advanced electronics, and the dual motor system, the car delivered traction to the wheel that needs it the most, ensuring a quick acceleration and handling performance. With the power to weight ratio of 0.35kW/kg and a high torque, the car was fast enough to challenge even experienced drivers, but easy enough to drive for novices.

580 V

80 kW

232 kg

First car with 2 motors