Taiwan's Xing Mobility wants to help the world go electric

The company made its name by building an electric supercar. Now it is raising funding to develop its groundbreaking battery technology to power all manner of vehicles.

Taiwanese electric vehicle company Xing Mobility is launching a funding round to commercialise a frontier battery technology it hopes will see widespread adoption from companies that want to turn vehicles electric from trucks to jet-skis.

Founded in 2015 by car enthusiasts Azizi Tucker and Royce Hong, the company began with a rally-inspired supercar called Miss R which has a projected acceleration from 0 to 100kmh in 1.8 seconds marginally better than the Tesla Roadster’s 1.9 seconds. Xing’ means movement in mandarin.

But it is the company’s battery technology that the founders say promises a wide range of applications, and has drawn interest from vehicle makers internationally....

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