EV Engineering started as a collaborative venture between leading Australian companies to develop to develop electric vehicle engineering capability and components within the Australian supplier industry. The initial project to develop a proof of concept Australian electric vehicle brought together automotice suppliers Air International, Bosch, Continental, Futuris, GE and electric vehicle infrastructure provider BetterPlace.

The next phase of the project is to integrate Axiflux electric motor technology into the vehicle and leverage this locally developed powertrain solution to provide consulting services and innovative new products to the global EV market. This phase is managed by Axiflux.

Latest News

IEEE Startup Profile: Axiflux,
4 September 2013,

Commodore EV-maker looks to plug-in hybrid,
Wednesday 23rd July 2013,

Better Place failure doesn’t mean end of electric cars,
Tuesday 28th May 2013,

Australian startup puts new motor design in Holden EV,
Friday 15th March 2013,

Axiflux joins EV Engineering,
Thursday 14th March 2013
Company Release

GE adds Australias first electric Holden Commodore to Melbourne fleet
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
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RACV throws its support behind electric Commodore fleet
Thursday, August 9, 2012
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Electric Commodore drives 65 parliamentarians during COMCAR trial
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
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Electric Commodore breaks world distance record
Monday, July 23, 2012
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