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The people behind TRIAMP

Simon Jeger

Simon finished his bachelor in mechanical engineering at ETH Zürich in December 19 and is since then working on this project as part of an internship that is required for his master in robotics, which he will start this fall. Together with his father Felix, he was at the root of the idea of taking oldtimers and converting them to electric vehicles.

Andreas Weibel

Andreas owns, together with his brother, a VW garage and brings decades worth of expertise with cars to the project. Besides the know how transfer he also provides vital things like logistics and space. Other than an electric skate board in 1988, this is his first electric conversion.

Felix Stoffel

Felix (Simon’s dad) is fighter pilot in the Swiss Air Force and is fascinated by engineering and complex designs since he was a little kid. Together with Simon he initialized this idea of converting oldtimer cars. It was his idea to bring Andreas into the team to compensate the lack of experience with cars.

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TRIAMP

Our project name TRIAMP stands for:

 

TRI

  • 3 guys converting 3 oldtimers to electrical power

AMP

  • Ampere, symbolising electrical power

 

About the TRIAMP logo

  • Oldtimers, tuning, electricity, past and future

  • The logo is a combination of the number „3“ and a thunderbolt

  • The blue color for electrical power

Felix Stoffel

Felix (Simon’s dad) is fighter pilot in the Swiss Air Force and is fascinated by engineering and complex designs since he was a little kid. Together with Simon he initialized this idea of converting oldtimer cars. It was his idea to bring Andreas into the team to compensate the lack of experience with cars.