Microlino is supported by lithium-ion batteries with a choice of two capacities, namely 8 kWh and 14.4 kWh. Based on the homologation test, smaller units are said to offer a range of up to 126 km, while larger batteries offer up to 202 km.
Isetta was one of the most popular cars in Europe in the 1950s. The car that first produced in Italy is quite small and can only accommodate one person. Isetta still uses a conventional single cylinder engine with a fuel consumption of 33km / liter.
Enlivened by the great structure of Isetta, a Swiss organization, the Micro Mobility System displays the idea of a little electric vehicle. The vehicle is named as Microlino. The future idea of the Microlino vehicle has additionally been exhibited in the car title, the Geneva Motor Show in mid 2016.
Not Technically a Car
The Micro Mobility System teams up with Designwerk and the University of Zurich to direct Microlino structure improvement look into. Moreover, Micro likewise pick a Chinese organization to make the Microlino idea vehicle.
Although it has four wheels, Microlino is technically not included in the classification of cars, but a roofed scooter with a sitting position side by side. This is confirmed in the official Microlino website.
This vehicle has a length of 2.4 meters and can consume enough space for 2 grown-up travelers. In contrast to a vehicle as a rule, the driver and travelers of this vehicle will most likely escape the vehicle through one front entryway. This little vehicle likewise has a genuinely light weight of 400 kg.
For charging power, Microlino can be plugged into various local power sockets and will be fully charged for 4 hours, but if you use a Type 2 connector it can be charged for one hour.
Microlino is bolstered by lithium-particle batteries with a decision of two limits, to be specific 8 kWh and 14.4 kWh. In light of the homologation test, littler units are said to offer a scope of up to 126 km, while bigger batteries offer up to 202 km.
This car has 8 attractive color choices, namely ‘Zurich Blue’, ‘Milano Red’, ‘Amsterdam Orange’, ‘Paris Mint’, ‘Barcelona Brown’, ‘London Gray’, ‘Gotham Black’, and ‘Vienna White’.
Outfitted with a 15 kW electric engine that is professed to achieve a greatest speed of up to 100 km/h and can go between 100-120 km in full battery condition, Microlino is wanted to start generation in 2018 with an expected cost of around € 8,000 – 12,000