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A six-wheel version of the EStarCar. It has 50% more power than a four-wheel version that uses the same wheel-assemblies.
The logo of EStarFuture Corporation Limited, also trading as EStarFuture and E*Future, in its FCV (fuel-cell vehicle) livery. Copyright 2005. Click for company details.
The logo of EStarFuture Corporation Limited, also trading as EStarFuture and E*Future, in its FCV (fuel-cell vehicle) livery. Click for company details.
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We say we live on the earth, but it is truer to say that we live in the lower sky. What we do to it we do to ourselves. The sky, literally, *is* the limit, because it makes our boundaries. Mess it up and we mess up our lives.
Clean energy for a clean future--the sunlight and water economy: solar and hydrogen.
The logo and trademark of EStarFuture Corporation Limited, in its EStarCar form. Copyright 2005+ Nobilangelo Ceramalus and EStarFuture Corporation. Click for company details.
The telephone number of EStarFuture Corporation in New Zealand. Note that New Zealand time is 12 hours ahead of GMT.
The EStarCar: quiet, clean, green. Designed for customised, quick-change bodies & functions, so this is only one of many shapes possible. Zero emissions; FCV or FCV-ready. All-electric. The black panel on the roof is an array of solar-cells. (C) 2005.
Because the E*Car has a rapid-change body bolted to a modular chassis, any body that fits can be mated to it. You can build your own, or have a third party build one. You could have several in your garage for different purposes.
Design of logos and design and name of cars and logos copyright 1996-2006 Nobilangelo Ceramalus & EStarFuture Corporation Limited
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A mockup of a six-wheel version of the E*Car. Because the motors are in the wheels, adding two wheels to a car of the same size adds 50% more power & torque.
The logo and trademark of EStarFuture Corporation , also trading as EStarFuture, in its FCV livery (fuel-cell vehicle). Click for company details.
Zero Emissions (just pure water)
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Six-wheeler design below...
The logo and trademark of EStarFuture Corporation , also trading as EStarFuture, in its FCV livery (fuel-cell vehicle). Click for company details.
You can make your EStarCar look like a Stealth Fighter if you want (shorn of its wings), or, scaled to fit, a 1978 MG. So long as the body fits the simple chassis requirements...
Cotton Tee: 170gsm, 100% cotton, cotton/3% lycra crew neckband. Sizes available: S,M,L,XL,2XL,3X.
A mockup of a super-stretch sixteen-wheel version of the EStarCar.
Overwhelming sixteen-wheel power and torque, and sixteen-wheel EStar drive-by-wire steering.

A six-wheel version of the EStarCar. It has 50% more power than a four-wheel version that uses the same wheel-assemblies.
The logo and trademark of EStarFuture Corporation , also trading as EStarFuture, in its FCV livery (fuel-cell vehicle). Click for company details.



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INVESTORS WANTED
$NZ700,000 (~$US500,000) needed to take the EStarCar from where it is now to full prototype, and start production--two years at most.
Overview of the EStarCar (TM)
Length 4 metres (full length usable internally); dry-weight 1250kg; capacity, 8 people and luggage;
all-electric; an FCV+ (i.e., an FCV with multiple power-sources); in-wheel motors; peak torque 703.5Nm (for a four-wheel EStarCar--far more than either the Toyota Prius, which peaks at 111Nm from its engine and 400Nm from its electric motor, or GM's V8 Holden Commodore which peaks at 470Nm);
acceleration, 0-100kph in 10.4 seconds; range without a fuel-cell >250km, with a fuel-cell, >500km;
all-alloy construction (low weight, strong, recyclable); all-wheel drive; all-wheel steering; independent suspension; anti-lock brakes; physically and logically configurable internally and externally; any car, van, pickup, etc., body with matching interface can be fitted to the chassis; bodies quickly interchangeable; extendible chassis; the 12 primary and secondary power-sources include fuel-cell, LiPo batteries, ultracapacitors, rooftop solar-cells, regenerative braking; the 10 primary sources generate on the move, adding range; low centre-of-gravity and wide track for stability and safety; quiet, unslammable doors; low-cost design; low-cost prototype and start-up; low-cost, dispersed, infinitely-scalable production;
projected price $NZ100,000 for pre-volume production, $NZ25,000 for volume-production.