08 September 2022
Evoy, a market leader of high-performance electric outboard and inboard motors systems attended the Cannes Yachting Festival for the first time to launch its prototype of the Outboard Storm a 300 hp electric outboard motor system with 225 kW continuous power.
Evoy designs, develops and delivers a series of powerful electric outboard and inboard motor systems ranging from 120 hp to 400 hp and has so far delivered the Outboard Breeze and the Inboard Hurricane to commercial and recreational customers in 10 countries.
To combine the launch of this major technology, Evoy has partnered with three major brands, the first being with Axopar. Together with Evoy, Axopar launched an electric version of the Axopar 25, with the first prototype showcased on the water in Cannes by the Electric Marina.
“Axopar is excited to join forces with innovators that challenge the status quo of the industry,” said Jan-Erik Viitala, Founding Partner, Axopar.
“Our partnership with Evoy is a perfect example of two great companies, on a joint mission, to expand the boating community and offer new ways of mobility for the future.”
The Founder and CEO of Evoy, Leif A. Stavøstrand added, “We are very happy to partner up with Axopar as we really love their brand, product and crew. Evoy and Axopar have similar value propositions to our customers, where exploration and adventure is in the high seat.”
Another major partnership is with Iguana Yachts, who are launching their first fully electric amphibious foiling boat, fitted with a 300 hp Evoy electric outboard.
The boat will be equipped with retractable foils that are expected to reduce energy consumption by 50 percent and will be on the water next spring.
Evoy is also launching a partnership with Goldfish, after breaking the world record for serial-produced electric boats reaching a speed of 57.7 knots on a Goldfish X9.
Together, Goldfish and Evoy will launch a series of electric X10 (single installation) and 43 Ocean (twin installation) of the inboard 400 hp, also to be delivered next spring.