Leo Motors reveals its electric motorcycle Eleven and technology fuel cell Zinc-Air

26/07/2011
Leo Motors is a Korean company that has big ambitions, after announcing the arrival of the electric supercar LZ-1, which is intended as a competitor to the Tesla they just revealed the first drawings of an electric performance motorcycle, the Eleven.

Equipped with a 15kW engine developing a 20hp output the bike achieves a top speed over 225kph while its battery offers almost 100km of range. Its structure is made of carbon and aluminum.
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But apart from the bike itself, the optional propulsion system is particularly interesting, this is a in-house developed technology, a Zinc Air Fuel Cell (ZAFC), to refill you just use Zinc balls!

In fact, this fuel cell acts as a generator that powers the batteries, production costs are reduced by 40% compared with Lithium Polymer batteries. Zinc is one of the most abundant minerals on earth and its price is much lower than oil.

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Leo Motors is the only company to have successfully developed a reliable technology that allows driving with zero emissions without charging time.

No fewer than 56 patents were filed by Leo Motors, and they’ve just announced a $6 million deal to open the access their patents to the company SRDLS (Shenzhen Li Rui Da Shebei) in a memorandum of understanding.

Via Leo Motors
Par Technologic Vehicles
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