Torqeedo unveils new products at Seawork 2014
Torqeedo, market leader in the fast growing marine electric engine industry, announces the launch of two new products at Seawork 2014.
Its first ever Deep Blue inboard engine and a 40HP version of the revolutionary 80HP Deep Blue system will be unveiled on stand B73 at Seawork 2014.
UK Sales Manager for the German company Torqeedo, John Arnold, says: “We are delighted to launch our two new Deep Blue engines at Seawork. We wanted to develop an inboard version for our commercial customers that offers all the usual Torqeedo Deep Blue benefits, such as being extremely powerful yet virtually silent and highly environmentally friendly, alongside the traditional benefits offered by inboards, including giving the boat a lower centre of gravity and dropping the overall height of the boat – important if it is being stored in a size restricted space.
“With the 40HP Deep Blue outboard, only one high voltage battery is required, saving money, weight and space in the boat. The fact it is naturally more environmentally friendly and forward-thinking, as well as being much quieter than a petrol motor, is a huge bonus.”
See what’s new on the Torqeedo stand at Seawork 2014.
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