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Sunday, December 8, 2019

An Estonian-made classic-style electric three-wheeled vehicle

The electric-powered vehicles are currently being developed as an alternative to the increasingly limited fossilized fuels. While consumers are still less interested in electric vehicles, various carmakers from around the world continue to innovate so that electric vehicles are increasingly glimpsed by consumers.
A cool retro-styled three-wheeled electric vehicle, Nobe 100. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/387IUbH)
One of them is a three-wheeled electric car named the Nobe 100, which is produced by Nobe Cars, an Estonian company. This unique electric-powered microcar was created by Roman Muljar and was inspired by the Messerschmitt Kabinenroller, a 1950s classic German microcar, and VW Beetle. 
Front three-quarter view of Nobe 100. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Yki9fE)
After years in the development processes, and now the car available with two variants (Nobe 100 and 100 GT) and can be ordered online through the company's website on the price ranging of €31,000 for Nobe 100 and €40,000 for Nobe 100 GT.
Left side view of Nobe 100. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Yki9fE)
This microcar is claimed by the maker as the most environmentally friendly car in the world. Because the Nobe 100 car is fully driven by electric power and its sleek and simple body design makes it easy to park and fit into urban life. This Nobe microcar is very different from any other three-wheeled vehicles we've seen before. This is not a motorcycle like Bombardier or a car like Uniti or Elio E1c. Despite sharing classic cues with Morgan's three-wheeled car, the Nobe 100 has a cutie 'neo-retro' design.
A simple dashboard layout of Nobe 100. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/387IUbH)
The Nobe electric-powered car has small dimensions give it a large turning circle and the ability to adjust to small parking spaces. It is classified as a three-wheeled motorcycle and has the same accessibility as a motorcycle. This vehicle is also semi-convertible with a removable hardtop, making it the first three-wheeled EV cabriolet.
Rear three-quarter view of Nobe 100. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2Yki9fE)
This tiny cutie car is equipped with 2-batteries, one to drive its all three wheels and the other to power various car's supporting systems such as lights, heaters, and radios. The speed of this environmentally friendly car can reach 110 kph, and also has a suitcase-sized battery at the front of the cabin and can be removed without using any tools.
While inside of the cabin, it has a minimalist design, taking on classic styling such as analog gauges, chrome finished on the switches and door handles as well, and the wooden accents also look adorn the dashboard neatly accompanied a white-colored steering wheel that reminds us to a 1930s classic car. The Nobe's teardrop-shaped-designed microcars can accommodate 3 people in it with space for luggage behind the third passenger.
Despite the fact that it does not emit any exhaust gas, aka zero-emission, also the zero-emission car comes with a reusable part. It can also be upgraded to ensure its longevity. For exceptional handling, the car's battery can be fully charged in 2 hours, but if you are worried about running out of power while on a drive with this car, you even can carry an extra battery. No problem. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NOBE CARS | INDIEGOGO] 
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