A $30,000 Quadrofoil Q2S Personal Watercraft is Simply Amazing

An innovative two-seater e-vessel Quadrofoil Q2S speeds up to unbelievable 40 km/h (21knots) and takes just over 5 m (16 ft.) to get airborne and start flying. Yeah, flying is the right word to use here as the watercraft’s 5.5 kW state-of-the art engine paired with two 5.2 kWh batteries give you an amazing reach of up to 80 km/h and make it practically gliding over the water. The Quadrofoil Q2S is one of the most energy efficient watercrafts on the market with average operational costs well below 1 € per hour.

A $30,000 Quadrofoil Q2S Personal Watercraft is Simply AmazingThe Quadrofoil Q2S is designed in accordance with the natural flow of water to provide optimum stability, control, and efficiency. It is 100 % electrically powered by a very reliable industry standard battery with an integrated battery management system (BMS), which optimizes usage and charging.

This personal water-craft is fitted with unique C-Shape hydrofoils that allow the Q2 to rise above the surface of the water at just over 12 km/h (6.5 knots) and cut through the waves with complete ease. Taking cues from racing cars, fighter jets, and trimaran, the Q2S features a lightweight construction and the cockpit inspired by automotive designs. In a similar manner, the steering-wheel is designed after formula-racing car and was carefully crafted with a color touch screen display.  Its intuitive user interface provides exceptional control over the quick-responding Q2. And the best part is you can take it with you since it is also removable and linked to each Quadrofoil as a form of identification, and serves as the vessel’s unique key. The seating angles, visibility and optimum comforts of various automotive brands were studied before designing one for the Quadrofoil.

The craft can be charged fully in two to three hours via a standard 110v/220v outlet.


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