The energy assessment of the XAOS electric vehicle platform is A++ level in terms of both drive and production.

Vehicle Costs Down 25%

XAOS can reduce electric vehicle manufacturing costs by 25% compared to competitors. It is possible to quickly reduce the amount of battery installed, which accounts for the largest part of the manufacturing cost of electric vehicles, to the level of 60% of competitors. 

Cost reduction levers could bring down electric vehicle costs considerably. 

Reduce cost of parts5%
Reduce cost of production2.5%
Reduce cost of AS2.5%
Reduce cost of battery15%

Cost saving factors greatly increase regenerative braking efficiency. 

Charge Time Down 50%

XAOS has a 50% shorter charging time for electric vehicles than its competitors. Charging time corresponds to three factors that have a major impact on the decision making of an electric vehicle customer when purchasing an electric vehicle; price, range, and charging time. 

Electric vehicle (EV) charging is a very important aspect of EV ownership. There are three main types of EV charging - rapid, fast, and slow. These represent the power outputs, and therefore charging speeds, available to charge an EV. Note that power is measured in kilowatts (kW). 

Rapid chargers are one of two types - AC or DC. Current Rapid AC chargers are rated at 43 kW, while most Rapid DC units are at least 50 kW. Both will charge the majority of EVs to 80% in around 30-60 minutes (depending a battery capacity). 

Vehicle Range Up 70%

XAOS has a 70% longer mileage for electric vehicles than its competitors. When the competitor's mileage is 300km, the mileage of XAOS is 500km. The increase in mileage can reduce battery charging frequency and ensure battery life. 

Range is often the first word that springs to mind for many when looking at EV. Buyers of new electric vehicles, can choose from a selection of features, but the key one most buyers debate is battery size, which governs the range of the vehicle on a single charge. 

The successful switch to EVs will depend largely on a positive change in consumer perceptions, particularly around ‘range anxiety’. The V e-Golf is officially capable of 144 miles between charges. The official mileage range of the Nissan Leaf is 168 miles, while the Hyundai Kona Electric is 279 miles. 

System Power Up 99%

The output per weight of the XAOS motor is 99% higher than its competitors. XAOS TRIPLUX combines the advantages of BLDC and Commutator motors, which are able to perform rapid deceleration at the same time as precise control, overcoming the limitations of the driving reaction time and the regenerative braking range, which are disadvantages of electric vehicles. 

Intelligent energy management systems can help cut energy use, spending, and emissions. Intelligent energy management systems give users the insight they need to make informed decisions about energy consumption. Properly implemented, intelligent energy management systems can help cut energy use, spending, and emissions. 

The introduction of distributed renewable energy and storage together with transportation electrification and deployment of electric and hybrid vehicles, allows traditional consumers to not only consume, but also to produce, or store energy.