Micro updated electric sitikar MicrolinoMarch 2, 2020
Micro Mobility Systems has unveiled a new version of its never-before-released Microlino, a small electric city car that should go into production next year.
The Swiss company Micro Mobility Systems demonstrated Microlino in 2016, a small city EV whose strikingly designed body closely resembled the Isetta body of the 50s and 60s. The car was to be built by a subsidiary of Tecno Meccanica Imola (TMI), but, unfortunately, the cooperation was terminated because the agreement between the organizations violated German antitrust laws.
Then TMI developed the concept and decided to launch the car on the market, which led to the appearance of the Karo-Isetta model introduced earlier this year. Now Micro Mobility has revealed a revised version of the original: Microlino 2.0.
A modified version of the Microlino introduced in 2016 has a new chassis with rear wheels located a little further apart. Micro Mobility Systems promises improved stability and a more powerful and efficient electric motor, although the company has not yet declassified specific data about it. The predecessor Microlino 2.0 had a power of about 15 hp. and 100 Nm of torque.
In addition, the novelty received a new appearance with LED beams that extend across the entire width both front and rear. The front strut is thinner than before, and this naturally contributes to greater visibility. Microlino 2.0 should go on sale next year. Micro Mobility Systems says the initial price of about 12,000 euros.
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