Single-Seater ‘Car’ Is The Most Convenient EV You Might Ever Own – Corporate B2B Sales & Digital Marketing Agency in Cardiff covering UK

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The ‘Nimbus One’ is an electric vehicle that solves many of the problems that electric bikes and motorcycles possess. The automobile designed by Nimbus is a single-seater that mashes both motorcycle and car into one. 

The “car” is a fully enclosed EV equipped with two doors and a roof. However, it’s about the width and length of a motorcycle. This makes it perfect for weaving in and out of inner-city traffic. 

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The Nimbus One also has just three wheels instead of four. And perhaps its most interesting feature is its ability to lean to sides as it takes corners, powered by a proprietary tilting technology, which sets it apart from other microcars on the market. 

But since it only has three wheels, under US law, it is classified as an auto-cycle. This means that the vehicle will not have to pass stringent laws to be approved for the market. What’s more, riders won’t need a motorcycle license to drive it; just a regular car license would suffice. 

Urban living has driven the Michigan electric company to develop a motor vehicle that can adapt to the stresses of the city while easing the worries of its owners. It has a top speed of 50 mph and a 9 kWh battery with a range of 93 miles.

The cabin of the Nimbus One includes a display screen, heating, and air conditioning, Bluetooth speakers, powered windows, and front-collision warning. 

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A Level 2 charger will get it fully powered up in an hour and a half, while regular chargers will take upwards of five hours. Batteries can also be removed and charged in the driver’s home. It should be noted that this auto-cycle is not meant for highway use.   

Nimbus is looking at a 2023 launch date. However, it has yet to be decided which city will be seeing these motorcycle-slash-cars hit the roads. The current estimated price is US$9,980.


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