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Daymak Announces Wireless Charging System for its New EV Series

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Daymak announced its new EV series, Daymak Avvenire, will come standard with its patented Daymak Ondata wireless charging technology.

Daymak a pioneer in personal light electric vehicles (LEVs) has announced that its new Electric Vehicle (EV) series, Daymak Avvenire, will come standard with its patented Daymak Ondata wireless charging technology – the first of its kind for the Light Electric Vehicle (LEV) market. The new, all-electric Avvenire Series is a comprehensive line-up of ground-breaking personal mobility vehicles including fully enclosed ebikes, on-road electric vehicles, ATVs, ebikes, Scooters and flying electric vehicles.

Daymak’s patented proprietary Ondata technology is more compact, more efficient, and cheaper than other wireless charging technologies available on the market today. Ondata boasts a 93% efficiency and coupled with the Avvenire AI-powered battery system, Daymak guarantees that its propulsion system will be the smartest, most technologically advanced propulsion system in the EV industry. Daymak Ondata is a symbol of Daymak’s continued commitment towards ensuring its customers are living limitless.

In addition to being the first stock EV wireless charging system on the market, Daymak Ondata will also be the first scalable wireless charging system in history. A cost-effective solution, any Daymak Ondata station will be able to charge a range of personal light electric vehicles, meaning the customer is not limited to one charging system per class.

“Daymak Ondata is the first of its kind when it comes to wireless charging technology. We are proud and excited to be the first company to bring a full line-up of personal light electric vehicles to market, factory-fitted with a premium wireless charging system,” said Aldo Baiocchi, President of Daymak. “We encourage our customers to pick their favorite destination, and count on us to give them the ride of their life.”

Starting Spring 2022, Daymak will be the first EV manufacturer to standardize this technology in its products. Daymak also allows for other personal light electric vehicle to be retro-fitted with Ondata technology to drive an industry standard. Daymak is also the first company in the world to develop commercial wireless charging systems for smaller electric vehicles including ebikes, scooters, ATVs, and more.

“Daymak Ondata adds value to our Avvenire lineup and to the market as a whole. We aren’t developing electric vehicles, we are manifesting a vision of what the future is supposed to look like, and every vehicle that can be fitted with a wireless charging system will be,” said Baiocchi. “Daymak Ondata is projected to be one of our leading revenue-generators as we are also offering it an easy-to-install kit for a very cost-effective price.”

For more information on pre-orders or to see a live counter of pre-order sales please visit www.daymakavvenire.com

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