Hot Personal Mobility Vehicles
Canada's Daymak LEVs, 3-Wheelers, Flying Cars
Source: Daymak's Spiritus
New Modes of Travel
In the future of personal mobility and futuristic travel vehicles, several sectors - light electric vehicles (LEVs), 3-wheelers and flying cars - are among the hottest for growth potential. Poised to take full advantage of the burgeoning business is EV maker Daymak of Toronto, Canada, which is wracking in millions of dollars in all three areas.
Avvenire - The Future
Daymak's lineup of six EV models, ranging from an electric, solar powered scooter to an electric flying car, is called Avvenire, which means the future in Italian. In just the first half of 2021, Daymak has received 10,500 pre-orders, totaling $382 million in revenues.
The LEV's in the Avvenire lineup include Skyrider, an electric flying car.
Spiritus is a solar powered, enclosed three-wheeler.Source: Terra
Terra is an all terrain e-bike.Source: Foras
Foras is a fully enclosed e-bike.Source: Aspero
Aspero is a fully enclosed all wheel drive electric vehicle.Source: Tectus
And Tectus is an all wheel drive, enclosed, mobility scooter. The LEV's come in Delux and Ultimate models. Deliveries of the vehicles start in 2022 with the exception of the flying car Skyrider, which needs regulatory clearances. The LEV's use wireless charging. Daymak has tapped into more than 200 dealerships in Europe, the US, Canada, Japan, Australia and elsewhere for global distribution of its personal mobility, electric powered, travel vehicles. For a comprehensive look at the future of travel, go to https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asin=B089RQMJ9B&preview=newtab&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_GGG46J5S2ZENYKQ5VW9X