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Propel ready for S1 electric outboard motor production and sales

One year on from making its global debut, Propel, the state-of-the-art marine propulsion division of Saietta Group plc, is close to completing the testing and development of its S1 electric outboar...

Propel’s debut electric outboard motor scoops esteemed Red Dot Design Award

The S1 – Propel’s breakthrough electric outboard motor – wins the prestigious Red Dot Award.

Saietta launches Propel a new force in electric marine motors

The Propel S1 outboard motor combines optimal performance with high efficiency; the Propel D1 designed specifically to replace ageing diesel engines with ease, reliability and cost advantages.

Propel premiers its first electric outboard motor, the Propel S1

Propel’s first outboard motor, the Propel S1, can generate 10kW continuous output from a 48V battery. When mated to the in-house developed propeller, it can generate 7.35kW of propulsive power, equ...

Propel introduces inboard crate-solution at METS Amsterdam

the Propel D1, is an inboard series of electric crate motors designed specifically to replace ageing diesel engines and enable the transition to marine electrification hassle-free. The D1 inboards ...

Saietta launches Propel a new force in electric marine motors

The Propel S1 outboard motor combines optimal performance with high efficiency; the Propel D1 designed specifically to replace ageing diesel engines with ease, reliability and cost advantages.

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