Since 2000, Venturi has embarked on a number of extraordinary challenges, transforming the improbable into reality.
With every new innovation, the group is accelerating the development of electric vehicles and spearheading the vitally important transition towards sustainable mobility.
Venturi’s projects are driven by a visionary President, Gildo Pastor, and the extraordinary collaborative work of the passionate men and women who make up the Venturi team.
Venturi’s concept cars have revolutionized the world of electric mobility and inspired the world’s biggest auto manufacturers. Technological innovation, unique design and special uses are all part of these exceptional vehicles’ DNA.
Venturi has also been pushing the human and technological limits of electric mobility with the Venturi Global Challenges. Inspired by the great automobile expeditions of the last century, each Venturi mission aims to demonstrate the efficiency and reliability of electric vehicles:
- VBB-3 In 2016, Venturi's most advanced electric vehicle, with 2,200 kW (3,000 HP) of power, set a new FIA-certified world record of 341 mph that still stands today.
- Antarctica This electric vehicle is capable of withstanding extreme temperatures. The aim of the mission will be to make this extraordinary vehicle available for use by the scientific community at the South Pole.
- Voxan In October 2020, the Voxan team and rider Max Biaggi went to Châteauroux airfield in France, where they broke 11 world speed records. With an average speed of 228 mph, Max Biaggi and the Voxan Wattman claimed a new record in the prestigious “partially streamlined electric motorcycle over 300 kg” class and broke the top speed of 253 mph.