Any new technology must integrate itself into the lifestyle and expectations of the market if it is to become mainstream. The Kamtech RE is especially suited to do just that.

Kamtech equip REEV can operate on a variety of fuels. Besides gasoline, which can be found almost everywhere, it can also run on compressed natural gas, which is piped directly to hundreds of millions of homes in the developed world.  It can also use one of the fuels that are now considered to be Zero Emission, like methanol, or biogas. This would make a Kamtech REEV truly a "Zero Emission Vehicle".

      Kamtech’s “Range Extender” can easily be integrated into several new vehicle designs, to fit the lifestyles of all market segments. New REEV designs can be lowered by 10-12 cm as the smaller battery pack no longer need to be under the whole floor. The small size and light weight of Kamtech's RE allow designers to place it in response to function or style rather than just under a long hood.  This allows for better balance and lower vehicle's weight, which means faster stopping and better handling.  

Kamtech-equipped REEV waste heat can warm the cabin without loss of range. This problem has caused thousand of EV drivers to finish their winter trips on the back of a car hauler, or to shiver in a cold car for several km to save range.

ecause it can be refueled at any petrol station its owner will never suffer from “range anxiety”! The small Kamtech engine can also be used to directly power an air conditioner compressor. Kamtech's RE brings the mental and physical comfort of a gas-guzzling car to the EV world, while at the same time causing far less CO2 than the most efficient BEVs.

he Kamtech-equipped REEV does all this with a battery pack 1/5 the size and weight of a standard BEV. This makes it a perfect fit for a world wanting to lower its CO2 emission.  Using a smaller battery will lower EV manufacturing cost significantly, thereby expanding the market.  

inally, a Kamtech-equipped REEV can provide emergency power to the owner's home in case of a regional utility power outage. This ability may be an important marketing advantage as climate change and the move to renewable energy sources are expected to make local and regional power outages more and more common in the future.

ll these features make a Kamtech REEV a much better fit into the automotive market than any EV, hybrid, or ICE-powered vehicle.