Elaphe In-wheel electronic propulsion technology

Elaphe eCarTec2014

Elaphe took part on the Munich’s largest fair of electric vehicles eCarTec 2014, presenting the Smart 3G motor to the visitors, existing and possible future partners. Being the only in-wheel motor for passenger cars and turning, it attracted a lot of attention. As it always does.  

Elaphe Directus – Useful and fun

In the scope of a EU Framework Programme 7 project COSIVU, Elaphe team has developed powerful direct drive motors, intended for demanding applications. A real life experience is better than anything, so we used two of them in a family VW Sharan van, in the process converting it into a seat gripping electric sports van. […]

Cross country with in-wheel

Our test Smart is not only a good choice for in-city driving, but is also a fun option for a cross country trip through the beautifully scenic Slovenia. We have now gotten used to turning heads as we go through villages and cities with our in-wheel powered pet. A company picnic is the destination, but […]

Elaphe at EVS 27 in Barcelona

Elaphe Propulsion Technologies is present at the Electric vehicle symposium 27 from 17-20. Nov 2013. EVS is the largest and the most acknowledged symposium on electric mobility in the world. The world’s leading and established as well as smaller and emerging companies in the field of  electric mobility are presenting the latest developments and  newest […]

Photo gallery from EVS 27

The Elaphe  display stand was one of the most exciting things to see at EVS 27. See the gallery from the event below:  

CEO speaks at TEDx

Our CEO, Gorazd Lampič speaks at the TEDx event in Ljubljana. Watch this interesting and inspiring video below:

Researchers night Klagenfurt

Elaphe presenting at the Researchers night in Klagenfurt together with Technology park Ljubljana.

7th Framework Programme STABLE meeting in Ljubljana

Lithium air battery technology meeting organized by Elaphe in Ljubljana. The goal of the project is development of a  technology with gasoline specific energy  which may drastically change the 2020 to 2030 EVs. Link to the FP7 page : http://www.fp7-stable.com/