After the 2016 launch of Raker and Trayser, ETT Industries brings us H1L. A first of its kind, limited-edition electric motorbike. Forged from the creative grey matter of Jay Wen (CEO and founder of ETT Industries) this one of its kind will see only 88 private owners.
With new technology comes new aesthetics and with that a new language begins to evolve between rider and environment. H1L tears down what we know and boldly tells us what is coming, what to expect and most importantly, where we are going. Transportation with ETT Industries situates you where you want to be and installs in you a new information that speaks to your biology with fearless energy. H1L encompasses this force and flags the way to the future.
About ETT Industries
Originally founded in New Zealand in 2012, ETT Industries is a UK company that is dedicated to making electric personal transportation solutions for the modern urban lifestyle. The result of an international team, their efforts have culminated in their first product launch in the UK market.
ETT’s offices span three continents, offering products that are high quality, affordable and totally unique. They respond not only to the needs of urban commuters as highly efficient transport solutions but also as desirable and exhilarating statements of your individual identity with unparalleled customisation capabilities.
New Zealander CEO and Founder, Jay Wen, has championed innovative designs his whole life, studying Transportation Design in Auckland and gaining his Masters in Automotive Design in Milan. Jay has also received worldwide acclaim in the global Michelin Design Challenge competition and has previously won the Car Design News Annual Design Contest.
Jay’s industrial knowledge in automotive stems from his experiences working for blue chip companies such as Peugeot and Citroen, and led Jay to create ETT Industries; a company where concept was not a dream, but a possible reality. ETT rebels against conservative concepts and makes future design and transport technology accessible today.