Hypercraft, Geiser Brothers unveil future of electric off-roading
At the 2021 SEMA Show, the Geiser Brothers race chassis featured a tri-motor all-wheel drive, hybridized electric energy pack, and quick-change battery packs — previewing Hypercraft’s supply of a full range of EV turnkey solutions to jump-start customers’ electrification ambitions.
At the 2021 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV, earlier this month, Hypercraft and Geiser Brothers announced a partnership to develop what they describe as the world’s first unlimited electric vehicle (EV) desert race truck. Designed to go head-to-head against internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles in some of the world’s most grueling long-distance desert races, the over 1600-hp (1193-kW) and 6800 lb·ft (9220 N·m) race truck featured in the North Hall at the SEMA Show provided a sneak peek at the technology and early development of the new vehicle.
The partnership marries Geiser Brothers, a race-proven, championship-winning off-road car and truck chassis maker for about two decades, with Hypercraft, a new player that intends to supply turn-key EV powertrain systems for vehicle makers looking to jump-start their electrification efforts. The partners say they are ready to prove that electric and battery technology have the power to win and revolutionize not only the off-road racing world but also all other high-performance motorsports and powersports vehicles on the planet.
“Geiser Brothers has been building and innovating off-road racing trucks for two decades, and electrification is the logical next step for our company,” said Rick Geiser, Foun
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