Forza X1, Inc. ("Forza X1"), a wholly-owned EV subsidiary of Twin Vee PowerCats, Co. (NASDAQ:VEEE) ( "Twin Vee" or the "Company"), today released renderings of its first all-electric
Forza X1, Inc. ("Forza X1"), a wholly-owned EV subsidiary of Twin Vee PowerCats, Co. (NASDAQ:VEEE) ( "Twin Vee" or the "Company"), today released renderings of its first all-electric vehicle, to be named the ‘FX1'. "We are excited to share our current designs for our debut FX1 model with boat enthusiasts and those interested in purchasing a fully electric recreational boat," says Joseph Visconti, CEO of Twin Vee. The images released feature a 24-foot center console catamaran powered by an electric outboard motor, a pilot's seat and console with windshield and roof, padded bow and aft seating, and doors on the port and starboard sides that hinge downward to create more space on deck. "We believe our FX1 is sleek, modern, and stylish, offering design aesthetics that surpass any similarly sized boat currently on the market. Forza X1 intends to be among the first of its kind to develop and manufacture a fully electric, affordable boat for mass appeal."
Rendered Image of the FX1 on the water
According to Visconti, the initial launch of the FX1 is to include a single electric outboard motor designed by the Company, along with advanced and high-powered liquid-cooled battery packs, a vehicle control unit, and proprietary control software all integrated into a master control touch screen that will be used to control most functions of the boat. "We intend to include various features in our FX1 model boat that will enhance an owners' time on the water," stated Visconti. "The team is considering everything from the user interface, navigation suites, system data, and multimedia options. When finally available for purchase, we believe that the FX1 will be an ultra-efficient, elegant, and environmentally-friendly boat that the entire family can enjoy."
Rendered Image of FX1 from above with the doors open
The Forza X1 brand, along with its planned electric boat, was first announced last month after successful sea trials of Twin Vee's prototype 28-foot electric-powered catamaran (280 Electric Video). Since then, Forza's engineers have been hard at work applying what information they gained from prototyping and continue to collaborate as they finalize design details for the FX1.
Rendered Images of the FX1 – Multiple angles
"We see a growing trend in the marine industry toward electric boats as consumer sales of automotive EVs continue to strengthen," explains Visconti. "The Company formed Forza as its stand-alone EV wholly-owned subsidiary to demonstrate its commitment towards the marine EV revolution. We intend to establish Forza early on as a leader in electric vehicle innovation once the FX1 is ready for purchase as expected in 2022."
Rendered Image of the FX1 – Starboard view