Through-The-Road-Hybrid means that the two sources of traction drive that make up the hybrid system, (the ICE engine and the electric drive) first meet “through the road” as opposed to in the transmission with a common shaft like most hybrids.
- What’s the fuel economy savings?
- What’s the price/cost?
- Other companies have tried to get the technology to catch on. What makes this different from all the wheel motor attempts in the past?
- What companies are you talking to?
- When will you get your first big contract, and with whom?
- What do you mean when you say Through-The-Road-Hybrid (TTRH)?
- Who’s the customer for this product?
- When can consumers get it?
- How are you addressing the durability issues of having such sensitive electronics and precision machining located so close to the harshness of road inputs?
- Does the added weight of the motors offset some of the performance you’re adding?
- What do all those abbreviations mean?
- What about the Hi-Pa Drive motors?
- Will the Protean Drive™ be available for purchase by the general public or private user?
- Can I buy one?
- Unsprung mass considerations?
- What applications can the Protean Drive™ motors be used for?
- Is this a new technology?
- Why use in-wheel motors?