Eli Zero Is The New Smaller, Simpler, And Friendlier Electric Vehicle

Jan 04, 2017 11:08 AM EST | Hem Cervantes


The new electric vehicle is set to be revealed in CES 2017. This new electric vehicle is called Eli ZERO. The Eli Zero is a combination of Smart For Two and a Renault Twizy which is set to vision the future transportation.

The urban mobility introduces its advanced yet simpler Eli ZERO. Eli ZERO is a two-seater vehicle which suits for on a daily basis movement with dynamic driving solutions for modern cities and towns. The electric vehicle is made of high tensile aluminum with 225 centimeters long, 138 centimeters wide and 155 centimeters high in dimensions. Eli ZERO weighs 350 kilograms.

Eli ZERO is a smaller, simpler and friendlier electric vehicle. It has a radio which can be operated through a USB and Bluetooth. It looks more different than a traditional car. Thus, the features are more like from a lunar rover. It has a tandem seating, narrow space for side-by-side cabin, and open body sides for occupants.

It materializes as similar in size to the Renault Twizy, however, the doors and windows are fixed, and it is classified as a quadricycle. It appears to be fairly a bit smaller than the Smart For Two which is suitable for larger and congested areas. The headlights are sets of compact LED through the edges. The windshield stretches far up the front and seamlessly joins with the car's roof.

The rear wheel drive of Eli ZERO has a capacity of 160 liters in a boot. The new electric vehicle has a 48 volts battery which powered 4 kilowatts that will speed up to 25 miles per hour. The ranges fluctuate between 40 to 75 miles.

This new electric vehicle expected to range around $10,000. Eli ZERO will dominate US and European market first. It will be revealed this week in CES 2017 which is global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow every January in Las Vegas, Nevada.


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