The top Japanese oil company continues its electrification pivot with support of Evasive Motorsports’ run at the 2021 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) on June 27th.
Evasive Motorsports has been prepping on a Tesla Model 3 electric vehicle (EV) for the 2021 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) on June 27th, and it is getting help from a surprising source — ENEOS, the largest oil company in Japan. In fact, ENEOS says it has developed a number of EV-related products to meet the requirements of many OEM partners in Japan and other Asian nations.
Although ENEOS ambassador Dai Yoshihara and Evasive have plenty of PPIHC experience, including a 2020 Unlimited Class win a Toyota 86, the Model 3 is the team’s first foray into EVs. The intention is to create performance products for the electrified road applications, and so they are demonstrating their capabilities at one of the world’s most grueling motorsports events.
The racecar made its debut at Turn 14 Distribution’s Pit and Paddock launch event at Evasive’s new facility, located in Cerritos, CA. The focus of
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