The Norwegian company CityQ will be presenting its electric light vehicle at the "E-mobility Reinvented" in April at Berlin. CityQ electric vehicle is a mix between an e-bike and a car.

The so-called LEV (Light Electric Vehicle) has four wheels, it can accommodate up to three people plus luggage (100l) and a 48-volt drive system including an electric motor with 250 to 500 watts of power, which makes possible a maximum speed of 25 km / h. According to the manufacturer, the CityQ has a range of 70 to 100 km.

Ebike: EU standard, EPAC (EN 15194), plus 4 wheels
Capacity: 3 persons, including driver
Cargo: Lockable appr 40l, additional 60l
Speed: 25km/h
Range: 2 batteries, 80-100 km
Wheels: 4 wheels 24” with summer tires (extra: winter tires)
Length: 225cm
Width: 85 cm
High: 155cm
Weight: appr 60kg
Engine: Bafang 250-500W
Battery: 48V 500W (extra but recommended: 2nd battery)
Charging: Plugin cable 220V
Solar panel: 75W/h (extra but recommended)
Safety: Safety belt, extra front lights and reflexes
Lock app: Extra for lock app and track app
Dashboard: Mobile charger via USB socket

The four-wheel e-bike is technologically adapted for all-weather conditions. It has a photovoltaic system provided by In-Lab located on the roof which ensures recharging of traction batteries and supplies the vehicle's control electronics.

The e-bike is not registered as a car, so it can be legally used also on bicycle lanes.

The aim of the project is to eliminate short car trips in highly urbanized areas, such as taking children to school, getting to work, shopping. A driving license is not required.  cityq.biz

Update 1:

The CityQ website already offers the possibility of reserving this electric vehicle, which will cost 7,450 euros and whose deliveries should begin this year.



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