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Iguana Flies Above the Waves with First Electric Amphibious Foiling Boat

26 Sep 2022 | Abstracted from New Atlas

France's Iguana Yachts tapped Norway's Evoy for 300-hp (~220-kW) motor fitted with a T-foil to push the 10-m-long outboard up to 30 knots on the water, with 120-kWh Li-ion battery packs reported good for a per-charge range of up to 50 miles (80+ km) at a cruising speed of 22 knots.

"...the caterpillar tracks are drawn up into the hull for minimal impact on performance, but the landing gear can be deployed in just 8 seconds. Land speed is 4mph



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