Electromagnetically contracting EVs from scratch is a process that is being developed by a number of different companies, including Elon Musk’s Electromachines.
The process uses two-dimensional magnetic coils, called magnets, to electrically charge the cells in the vehicle.
The process is not without challenges, however, as it involves a significant amount of time and equipment.
In order to complete the process, the company has to create a large battery that will be able to hold enough energy to power the whole vehicle.
Electromania, a project run by a company called Electromakines, is hoping to develop a similar technology for electric vehicles.
The Electromashield, as the process is called, is a two-phase process that consists of an electric battery and a motor.
The battery is attached to the motor, and the motor is attached on to the electric battery.
The motors power the electric motor, which moves the electric charging coil in a controlled manner to achieve the required voltage.
It then pushes the battery in a direction to charge the batteries.
The battery is connected to a vehicle’s electric drivetrain via a cable that runs from the battery to the engine.
Electronechanical and electrochemical engineers have created a prototype of a four-wheeled vehicle with a single motor that can reach a top speed of 130 kilometers per hour.
The team plans to roll out the project to other countries, such as the United Kingdom, Germany, China and Australia.
Electronsaires will use this technology to create EVs from the ground up, and hope to commercialize the project later this year.