Elaqua Announces an Innovative Electric Jetski leading the U.S. in the Market

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EV Jetskis with advanced carbon fiber body, a built in Drone, long-range for extra long days, and quiet operation with instant torque.

Irvine, California Nov 12, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Elaqua, an Irvine California-based company is leading the forefront in new EV Jetski/ Personal Water Craft technologies in the U.S. With the EL-A1000 model currently on pre-order, it bolsters a 30KWH battery, a full 7″ HD Touchscreen, smart features, and a remote app. It can travel at a top speed of 70 miles per hour and generate 180 horsepower to let you ride the waves. It is designed with safety features and is designed to be quiet, easy, and low maintenance with its patent-pending technology. It has instant torque and will have a “launch” feature to accelerate at stomach-wrenching speeds, as well as have a whisper-quiet operation. Each jetski will save 7500 Carbon Foot Pounds of CO2 emissions per year per unit.

Funded privately, Elaqua is well-positioned to grapple with today’s supply chain challenges and innovate new features. The new model offers a patent-pending “drone add-on” where a drone can launch and dock onto the jetski as well as have the intelligence to film your session on the go giving you action film that is out of this world.

The price of the base model is currently $12,250, and you can secure yours today with a pre-order of $500 Online. First shipments are scheduled for the Summer of 2022. Delivery will be right at your driveway with a 100% online experience from customization to financing.

Elaqua is Apple’s “find my enabled”, has GPS, 5G LTE, remote start, security system, SOS Signaling, and much more. View the technical specifications on their website.

Email sales@elaqua.io for more information, and visit Elaqua at www.Elaqua.io

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