Daymak is a Canadian automobile company working on a series of futuristic, electric cars. Founded in 2002 in Toronto, Daymak has sold over 100,000 vehicles since then and it has recently reported that it has received $300 million in pre-orders for its new Daymak Avvenire series. You’ll be wondering, what that fuss is all about?
Well, let us talk you through it. Daymak has become a pioneer in light electric vehicles (LEVs) thanks to its eccentric, innovative designs, which cover a variety of vehicles from air to earth mobility.
A pioneer in e-vehicle technology, the Canadian brand has developed the Avvenire Series, a range of six cutting-edge individual mobility concepts built for a greener and safer future. The collection includes, for example, the Skyrider, the brand’s autonomous, flying hexacopter concept. They have also come up with the world’s first fully wireless e-bike (TERRA) and Canada’s first solar-powered, off-road e-bike (FORAS).
The production of the Avvenire Series will start next year and you can already pre-order it here. Daymak’s three-wheeled Spiritus electric-vehicle has already gotten up to 4,000 pre-orders since the campaign was released. In addition, you can actually check out the label’s pre-order real time statistics here.
The company is also responsible for Daymak Ondata, a patent-pending wireless charging system, which according to the label is a more compact and cost-effective solution than any other one you could find up for sale nowadays.
The Avvenire Series looks quite promising: it appears to be not only fully functional but also much more sustainable than other alternatives on the market. I guess we’ll be seeing a lot of Daymak’s designs in the streets not far from today.
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