Climate change remains one of the main societal challenges humanity is facing in the 21st century, with road transport as one of the main contributors to carbon-emissions.
Whilst the implementation of Electric Vehicles (EVs) can reduce carbon-emissions, adoption is lagging as barriers exist for consumers. Another important barrier is the slow charging times of electric vehicles and even fast charging is still considered too slow!
Therefore, InMotion develops cooling technology which aims to facilitate ‘Electric Refueling’, meaning that the charging times of electric vehicles become equal to those of refueling petrol-powered cars.
InMotion has achieved a charging time of 12 minutes already.
Showcasing the possibilities of Electric Refueling in the toughest conditions, being endurance races, will show its potential anywhere.
Ultimately, the dream of the team members of InMotion is to showcase Electric Refueling at the 24h race of Le Mans.
Along this road towards electric endurance racing, InMotion wants to inspire students, companies and society to accelerate the energy transition in the automotive industry.