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Evoy launches two new electric inboard motors

Evoy has launched two new inboard motors as well as additional battery selection, and range extender capability.

The Inboard Storm 300+ hp and the Inboard Breeze 120+ hp are suitable for a range of boats from smaller planning hull boats to larger displacement boats.

Both engines are compatible with stern drives, waterjets, and shaft applications.

Evoy developed the Storm to meet customer demand for strong continuous horsepower. 

Accumulated heritage

The motor sits in-between the company’s workhorse inboard motor, the Inboard Hurricane, and its smallest motor system, the Inboard Breeze 120+ hp and is aimed at commercial and recreational boats from 25 to 35ft with single installation, and 30 to 45ft with dual installation.

“The Inboard Storm is the culmination of all the exciting things about the Evoy systems,” said Marius Dyrseth, Evoy CTO. “It has all the accumulated heritage and knowledge of the Hurricane.”

The Evoy Breeze Inboard 120+ hp electric boat motor
The Evoy Breeze Inboard 120+ hp electric boat motor

The Inboard Breeze 120+hp has been built for versatility and diverse boat types and sizes from 20 to 50ft, from small, fast planning hull boats to larger, slower moving displacement boats and yachts.

Important milestone

‘The release of the Breeze is a very important milestone for us, addressing a major void in the electric propulsion market,” said Leif Stavøstrand, Evoy CEO. “Since the beginning of Evoy there has been a big ask for this size, so we are excited to have it available.

“Since it fits in both smaller planning hull boats and larger displacement boats, this is a true gamechanger, where we allow a whole new segment of boaters to go fossil-fuel free and enjoy the silence of irresistible boating.”

The Storm charges with a 20kW marina shorepower cable while the Breeze charges with a 6kW. They can also be hooked up to a DC supercharger for a 0-80% boost in 45 minutes. The Storm is built around 800-volt battery technology; the Breeze uses 400-volt.


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