Electric vehicles are changing what is possible in automotive design. The Nobe takes electric technology and packages it in a small, three-wheeled city car wrapped in a beautiful, vintage-themed design. With a range of miles and a top speed of 68 MPH, the Nobe is perfect for urban travel, but its most impressive features have nothing to do with performance.
When it comes to three-wheelers, Britain has been a world leader over the years. Some of the most iconic models sold in big numbers during their heyday, when former motorcyclists without car licences could legally swap two wheels for three once they needed family-friendly transport. Read more.
Billed as the "world's most sustainable car", the Nobe is unlike any other car on the road. The vintage-looking car can be driven using all three wheels, is lightweight and fully electric, reports Coventry Live. The Nobe takes its styling cues from vintage Americana, aiming to compete in the style stakes as well as raising environmental standards.
The Estonian EV startup has launched an Indiegogo campaign to get the adorable, three-wheeled Nobe into the hands of the public. Nobe's three-wheeled electric city car packs tons of vintage car charm into a small, modern package. When we saw the Nobe three-wheeled electric car last year with all of its adorable vintage styling, we kind of freaked out.
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A three-wheeler is a vehicle with three wheels. Some are motorized tricycleswhich may be legally classed as motorcycleswhile others are tricycles without a motorsome of which are human-powered vehicles and animal-powered vehicles. Many three-wheelers which exist in the form of motorcycle-based machines are often called trikes and often have the front single wheel and mechanics similar to that of a motorcycle and the rear axle similar to that of a car.
Cute, adorable, and nostalgic — those are the three words that best describe the Nobe This electric vehicle from Estonia is the brainchild of Nobe founder and CEO Roman Muljar, in which he sees the three-wheeled EV as a feat of engineering and design thinking. At least in the aesthetics department.
The roar of the engine is deafening, and its power vibrates the floor under our feet like a foot massager on speed. Belting down a country lane at what feels like mph — actually more like 40 — in a Morgan three-wheeler is exhilarating but slightly terrifying. But this is the car in which Alan and Pat Braithwaite, both aged 73 and about to celebrate their golden wedding, plan to tackle something rather more ambitious than a quick trip down the road
The Nobe takes its styling cues from vintage Americana, aiming to compete in the style stakes as well as raising environmental standards. The zero-emission Nobe carries three people and has a range of miles on a single two-hour charge miles with an additional suitcase battery. It weighs kg less than half the weight of the lightest MINIis exempt from road tax and many parking restrictions and is fully recyclable.