Tesla of the wakeboarding world making waves

Super Air Nautique GS22E

Oct 28, 2021

The Super Air Nautique GS22E wakesurfing boat powered by Ingenity Electric will be at boat shows in Germany and the United States this fall.

Ingenity’s electric Super Air Nautique GS22E has been named to WIRED Magazine’s 2021 list of the world’s ultimate electric rides. WIRED, a technology-based magazine recognized Ingenity among a list of sustainable transport machines built for land, sea, or air. The magazine called the GS22E the “Tesla of the wakeboarding world.”

With 124 kW of stored energy, the company claims the Ingenity battery allows for two to three hours of typical watersports use and can be recharged in as little as 90 minutes. It has cells from top tier suppliers and the latest in cooling and safety technology. The battery management system is designed for thousands of cycles, which would equate to many years of use powering a boat. Just one small catch – according to the website, the Super Air Nautique GS22E carries a USD$299K price tag.

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