Voxan kicks off new speed tests in Florida with revamped Wattman design hoping to break previous records | Voxan , Wattman , Max Biaggi

Voxan kicks off new speed tests in Florida with revamped Wattman design hoping to break previous records.  If anyone remembers, Voxan has set a new record for the fastest electric car in the world. and held 11 new records in 2020 at Châteuroux airport in France.  Voxan has just released a new and improved version of the Wattman streamliner on November 15, 2021, driven by Max Biaggi, and he's been training hard.  The newly upgraded Wattman streamliner. It weighs less than 300 kg, has more horsepower to 429 hp and a measured torque of 1,360 Nm. The battery is also redesigned by the French subsidiary Saft, Voxan and TotalEnergies.  The team has also tweaked some of the body shapes and dimensions for better airflow. The Wattman V2 has increased the wheelbase from 1,800 mm to 1,957 mm, seat height from 610 mm. to 685mm. These changes allow Voxan to add more fairings as needed to further improve airflow.  If everything goes according to plan Tests should begin at Space Florida's Launch and Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. We look forward to seeing how the team's new tests come out next week.

Voxan kicks off new speed tests in Florida with revamped Wattman design hoping to break previous records.

If anyone remembers, Voxan has set a new record for the fastest electric car in the world. and held 11 new records in 2020 at Châteuroux airport in France.

Voxan kicks off new speed tests in Florida with revamped Wattman design hoping to break previous records.  If anyone remembers, Voxan has set a new record for the fastest electric car in the world. and held 11 new records in 2020 at Châteuroux airport in France.  Voxan has just released a new and improved version of the Wattman streamliner on November 15, 2021, driven by Max Biaggi, and he's been training hard.  The newly upgraded Wattman streamliner. It weighs less than 300 kg, has more horsepower to 429 hp and a measured torque of 1,360 Nm. The battery is also redesigned by the French subsidiary Saft, Voxan and TotalEnergies.  The team has also tweaked some of the body shapes and dimensions for better airflow. The Wattman V2 has increased the wheelbase from 1,800 mm to 1,957 mm, seat height from 610 mm. to 685mm. These changes allow Voxan to add more fairings as needed to further improve airflow.  If everything goes according to plan Tests should begin at Space Florida's Launch and Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. We look forward to seeing how the team's new tests come out next week.
Voxan has just released a new and improved version of the Wattman streamliner on November 15, 2021, driven by Max Biaggi, and he's been training hard.

The newly upgraded Wattman streamliner. It weighs less than 300 kg, has more horsepower to 429 hp and a measured torque of 1,360 Nm. The battery is also redesigned by the French subsidiary Saft, Voxan and TotalEnergies.

Voxan kicks off new speed tests in Florida with revamped Wattman design hoping to break previous records.  If anyone remembers, Voxan has set a new record for the fastest electric car in the world. and held 11 new records in 2020 at Châteuroux airport in France.  Voxan has just released a new and improved version of the Wattman streamliner on November 15, 2021, driven by Max Biaggi, and he's been training hard.  The newly upgraded Wattman streamliner. It weighs less than 300 kg, has more horsepower to 429 hp and a measured torque of 1,360 Nm. The battery is also redesigned by the French subsidiary Saft, Voxan and TotalEnergies.  The team has also tweaked some of the body shapes and dimensions for better airflow. The Wattman V2 has increased the wheelbase from 1,800 mm to 1,957 mm, seat height from 610 mm. to 685mm. These changes allow Voxan to add more fairings as needed to further improve airflow.  If everything goes according to plan Tests should begin at Space Florida's Launch and Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. We look forward to seeing how the team's new tests come out next week.

The team has also tweaked some of the body shapes and dimensions for better airflow. The Wattman V2 has increased the wheelbase from 1,800 mm to 1,957 mm, seat height from 610 mm. to 685mm. These changes allow Voxan to add more fairings as needed to further improve airflow.

If everything goes according to plan Tests should begin at Space Florida's Launch and Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. We look forward to seeing how the team's new tests come out next week.

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