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The AVIStar is a concept for now, but we are working on merger & acquisitions with experienced car manufacturer super close for prototyping and demonstrating to what the production car will look like. It's based on 3D printing technology of carbon and graphene base and will follow by a variety of different high-tech models. The AVIStar concept uses four electric motors with a combined output of at least 1200 horsepower. All AVIStar vehicles have newest graphene batteries and a powerful HMD generator on board producing in tests up to 8000 amperes.
AVIStar are the future. The assembling of the technology concept will be providing a new experience of mobility. We see automakers add more and more EVs to their line-up’s. Everyone is working on electric vehicles, from well-established existing manufacturers to new names such as, Byton, Canoo, and Rivian. We've compiled a list of every electric vehicle, from concept to production, that isn't available yet but will be soon.
However, absolute none of the manufacturer have the intention for deliver to the population an impacting new model. The technology is available already.
But,.. it is not of interest in the well-established manufacturer world to jump over a generation to the next level as they must be selling units for money to keep high production for the shareholders and not deliver a model that will be functional for 50 years or more and transport you to wherever you like to be. Fully automatic mane while you are having a nap or coffee on board. The secret non-metal based raw materials, like carbon graphene composite 3D printed.
A new reverse Tesla engine provides about 300 horsepower to each tire. That is enough power for winning every race. And the Nano powder employed for the artwork printing of the entirely car including the propulsion system has been generated out of rubbish milling by employing of VORTEX power
Full autopilot drone steering by smartphone & Satellite control
Full all-round monitoring of obstacles and automatic course corrections in milliseconds
1000 and above km minimum range (unfortunately we have still not range test absolved)
>350 km per hour speed
>890 KW (1200HP) power
<800 Kg weight
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