Microlino 2.0, the series production of the electric microcar begins

Microlino 2.0, the series production of the electric microcar begins

Microlino 2.0

The production of the Microlino 2.0 starts at the Cecomp plant in Turin. The start of production of the car is made official by the Swiss company Micro Mobility Systems which has published a video with the assembly line on the web. According to reports, the first units will be delivered in Switzerland, Germany and later in the rest of Europe.

Announced several months ago, the manufacturer has finally decided to release new information about the car. Not surprisingly, with the Microlino 2.0 we have come to a real evolution compared to the original concept, inevitably strong in an iconic design, inspired by the historic BMW Isetta. We are talking about a vehicle that shows itself with a slightly redesigned design, accompanied by some modifications and technical updates. The electric microcar has a 12.5 kW engine with 89 Nm of torque and a top speed of 90 km / h. There are, however, three versions of the Microlino 2.0 available: the company offers the vehicle with 3 different battery capacities, 6 kWh, 10.5 kWh and 14 kWh. As for autonomy, the latter can reach up to 91 km, 177 km and 230 km respectively. Despite the modernization work, the Microlino 2.0 is just 2.5 meters long and 1.5 meters wide, while the trunk has a capacity of 230 liters with a weight of 435 kg.

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The three available versions, Urban, Dolce and Competizione will have purely aesthetic differences; the technical specifications are not, in fact, the same. Specifically, the Urban will be available in Santorini White and Amsterdam Orange with a contrasting roof in glossy black; the Dolce version will have available the colors Paris Mint, Milano Red and Zurich Blue with chromed details and the Competizione model will be characterized by its combination with chromatic details and opaque body colors.

With a price starting from 12,500 euros and with a range of 200 km, we cannot exclude that the zero-emission microcar will probably have a lot of demand in European cities for mobility that requires short trips or for car sharing services.

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