News

PAGE 1 OF 3 »
Nov 30, 2017
SONDORS Electric Car Company demonstrates ProteanDRIVE® design freedom at the Los Angeles Motor Show

Protean Electric, the automotive technology company and world leader of in-wheel motors, will be present at the Los Angeles Motor Show with an in-wheel motor in the Model SONDORS electric car. The goal of SONDORS Electric Car Company is to make electric vehicles accessible to everyone. Model SONDORS is an innovative all-electric vehicle anticipated to […]

Nov 13, 2017
Protean Electric Nominated for Greenfleet 2017 Award for Industry Innovation

Protean Electric, an automotive technology company and the world leader of in-wheel motors, was announced as a nominee for GreenFleet Awards for the “Industry Innovation Award” category. This award is presented to the organization that has introduced a new technology, practice or method that reduces fuel consumption and emissions and demonstrates innovation in its design […]

Oct 13, 2017
Protean Drive In-Wheel Electric Motors Featured in AUTOCAR Magazine

Protean Electric, an automotive technology company and the world leader of in-wheel motors, was featured in the 11 October, 2017 issue of AUTOCAR headlined “In-wheel electric motor due next year.” Protean’s Gabriel Donaldson discusses the differences and benefits of a self-contained drive system versus traditional electric drivetrain, and the production roll-out for 2018. Self-contained and […]

Oct 09, 2017
Automotive technology firm Protean Electric gains highly respected
Industry professional Dr. Herbert Demel as a non-executive director

October 10, 2017 – Protean Electric, an automotive technology company and the world leader of in-wheel motors, is pleased to welcome Dr. Herbert Demel to join its board as a non-executive director. “Dr. Demel brings a wealth of worldwide automotive industry experience which will support us as we continue to grow. He is one of […]

Sep 20, 2017
Wheel torque and speed in vehicles with in-wheel motors

For full article, click here. Vehicles driven by in-wheel electric motors do not have a differential but deliver torque directly and independently to the wheels. Most road vehicles are powered by a single engine or motor with a drive-line transferring that power to the wheels, generating torque at the wheel hubs. The wheels must be […]

PAGE 1 OF 3 »