UK’s Supacat – Eco Charger partnership launches “Vizsla” world’s first navy all electrical Quad at DSEi 2021. The primary all-electric Quad bike providing the potential required by navy operators is being launched at DSEi 2021 by a partnership between two world main UK primarily based all-terrain car specialists – Supacat, developer of “Jackal” and particular forces automobiles, and Eco Charger, the world main producer of electrical Quad bikes. The E-ATV (Electrical-All Terrain Car), “Vizsla”, is predicated on Eco Charger’s newest prime quality Lithium Status 4WD Quad “workhorse”, which is able to speeds as much as 65kmph. The 2 UK firms collaborated to change the E-ATV for navy operations together with attaining a spread extension to over 150km, unmatched by different E-ATVs.

Phil Applegarth, Director of Supacat, mentioned, “Vizsla meets the goals of the British Military and of different armed forces in transferring in direction of a non-hydrocarbon future and suits completely with Supacat’s present and future technique”.


Russell Crisp, Chairman, Eco Charger, mentioned, “After a number of years of debate, growth and testing we’re delighted to be launching a very world class E-ATV into the defence market with Supacat”.

Eco Charger Partnership with Supacat Launches Vizsla Army All Electrical Quad at DSEI 2021

“Vizsla” equals the efficiency of fossil fuels ATVs and opens up new tactical choices for utilizing Quads on operations. A low acoustic signature beneath 70dB and 0 EMC emission means much less likelihood of detection, permitting troopers to function nearer and quicker out and in of enemy positions. The big onboard battery capability makes it doable to cost private tools, equivalent to sights and radios. “Vizsla” additionally advantages from Eco Charger’s distinctive hot-swap battery system; this allows the payload to be diversified to optimize the steadiness between vary and payload for particular person missions.

Supacat might be Prime Contractor into Defence and supply assist with spares, repairs, coaching and publish design providers. Eco charger will provide the methods from its Weston-Tremendous-Mare facility to Supacat for meeting at its Devon facility. Their collaboration has grown out of a five-year relationship of Supacat’s dad or mum, SC Group, representing Eco Charger’s merchandise in Australia and New Zealand. The navy E-ATV follows on from Supacat’s work with Exeter College on the Electrical All-Terrain Army Platform (ATMP) and on a hybrid drive model of its “Jackal” car for the UK MoD working with NP Aerospace and Magtec beneath the Protected Mobility Engineering & Technical Help (PMETS) programme.