The Austrian start-up Alveri is a service provider for everything to do with electric, hybrid and hydrogen mobility. They are planning their own electric car for 2023.
Alveri brokers electric cars, takes care of the appropriate connection to a charging infrastructure and has already developed its own autonomous charging robot. Now the two Afghan brothers Ehsan and Jakob Zadmard who are behind Alveri have new and bigger plans. They want to have a first prototype on their wheels as early as the end of 2022, and their own electric car should be ready to go by the end of 2023.
Take over the existing platform
However, it is not really planned to develop and build your own complete electric car if you want to adapt an existing electric drive architecture to your own needs. The electric car project still bears the name Falco, but this is not retained for the production model. Volkswagen with its MEB, the Canoo platform and also Tesla are in the room as platform partners. A decision should be made this year. We are also looking for a manufacturing partner – preferably in Austria.
The first drafts for the Alveri Falco show an approximately 4.75 meter long shooting brake with four doors and a touch of Tesla. The brothers have also already sketched out the first key data for the Falco. Around 300 kW of power should pour out via an all-wheel drive. The aim is to achieve a range of 600 kilometers with a battery pack with a capacity of 80 kWh. A full smartphone integration is firmly planned, whereby the mobile phone is to serve as an on-board instrument and as a key. For the last mile, IT WILL BE A CAR A micro mobility solution.
Yes, the topic interests me more and more.
No, that’s out of the question for me.
Adapting an existing e-car platform and building your own car on it – this is not a new idea, and certainly not for a startup. It will be interesting to see what will become of the Concept Falco.