We know that EVs are the future and that everyone wants to build one that actually looks futuristic... except for Estonian company,
The Nobe 100 is actually a three-wheeled EV that evokes the past with cues from the classic (and original) Fiat 500 and a grille that might as well be pulled off an old Alfa Romeo Giulia. There actually isn't a single thing about the
The Nobe 100 has an all-electric driving range of 136 miles and can reach 68 mph, enough to make it on the highway (but maybe not on the Autobahn). All three wheels are driven, as well. The tires are narrow, vintage style whitewalls with solid disc hubcaps for aerodynamics and retro style.
The interior has room for three on
So what if the windows are manual and there's not much storage. This thing is deceptively futuristic thanks to its full connectivity and autonomous-ready capabilities, as well as its super-light composite body. The battery is also impressive thanks to its ability to fully charge in a mere 2 hours on a rapid charger. The part that impressed us the most is its sub-6 zero-to-sixty time thanks to the three driven wheels and the light curb weight.
It's not for sale in America yet, but there is a crowdfunding page here to get the automaker off the ground. The car would probably sell for about $34,000 here in the states, apparently. The plan is to get them sold here starting as early as 2020. We can only hope.