It was almost a military car for the electric shoreline


Crossing: From the military car to the electric shore in the mouth. eMoke is all electric beach buggy. Originally called Moke, it was developed in 1950 to be the military machine of the British Army. His designer, Sir Alex Eugenius, also a miniature. Military requirements were not satisfied, so he became a civilian vehicle. EMOKE is a low-speed car with a maximum speed of 25 mph, seats 4 and has a 40-mile spectrum of one charge. He can fully impose 110 volts in 8 hours. eMoke is available in 9 colors and is equipped with a hydraulic amplifier and front wheel. In the United States eMoke beach buggy starts at $ 17,970.

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