How Our
"Electric Vehicle

Universal Power Train" Works

to 4 persons to account for the weight of the OBCS, (On Board Charging System) our charging system will  extend the range of this car to 1010 miles on a single charge.
   With our charging system, any electric vehicle that is capable of 5 hours driving time on a single charge with a minimum speed of 25 mph could use the OBCS to extend its range.  The only limitation on how far the range could be extended is based upon total vehicle weight, drag co-efficiency, and driving habits.  For example, reducing the weight of the same Tesla Model S by 400 lbs will increase the range to 3,000 miles with the OBCS added.  In short, a 36 kilowatt power plant creating 36 kilowatts per hour of driving could charge a 90 or 100 kilowatt battery over 4-5 hours.  Even charging 4 hours, that's 144 kilowatt hours of energy generated, more than enough to charge a battery.
     What ITZSmart.Net has designed is an Electric Vehicle Universal Power Train platform.  This platform will out perform current Electric Vehicle driving range across all vehicle design platforms from sub-compact to light truck/SUV.  Our system essentially captures kinetic energy, multiplies it, and gives us a consistent input of energy for our battery.
     The EVUPT (Electric Vehicle Universal Power Train) is a charging system configured to fit in the front end of an all electric vehicle. Our system produces 36 kilowatts of energy per hour of driving which is accomplished by capturing the byproduct energy of the vehicles motion. Since battery capacity has extended travel distance, and travel time has finally reached the 4-5 hour threshhold, with the use of a 90 or 100 kilowatt hour battery we can charge the battery over the course of that 4-5 hours.  
     Our innovation was not just figuring out how to build a 36 kilowatt hour non combustion engine power plant that will fit into a car.  
It is ITZSmart's patent pending battery technology that enables us to charge the battery while still using it to run the vehicle without damaging the battery.
     Our initial specifications are geared around the Tesla Model S series drive train (although we are not specifically tied to it) and a 90 kilowatt hour battery.  If we were to use the Model S as our base, with the reduction of allowable adult occupancy from 5 persons