One of the world’s few true 4WD electric UTV vehicles with selectable 2wd/4wd modes. With low and high range and full regenerative braking.
The onboard Delta Q charger is simply a matter of plugging into the wall socket with a charge time of around 6 hours. The E1 is an easy to use UTV with its power and effortless acceleration and brakes that are regenerative so as you slow down the engine captures the power and recharges the batteries.
The 48 Volt 27 HP AC drive train is powerful enough to go over the terrain without all the noise of a gas-powered engine. Nitrogen-Assisted Independent Suspension and Four-Wheel Hydraulic Brakes will keep you in full control. Built for stability and performance.
It does not matter if you are in hospitality and need silence and ability to access all points in hotel without disturbing the guests or you are using the E1 to get around the shopping centre car park.
How about event managers getting around site or security companies needing all-terrain vehicles without disturbing the peace. Now did we mentions the councils wanting to show environmental credentials while not losing the true nature of needing a reliable rugged Utility vehicle? Note for mining extra equipment may need to be fitted. This can but is not limited to: Reflective tape around the perimeter of the vehicle, class 1 Beacon and a cabin barrier as well as an Battery isolation switch.
Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) policy Being adopted by many councils around Australia.
- The stated objectives of the ZEV policy are to: ensure the transport requirements of Council operations are met in the most efficient, transparent, and equitable manner with the lowest possible environmental footprint.
- Respond to ever increasing evidence and global concern of the impact of vehicle emissions on human and environmental health. To continue Council’s commitment to addressing climate change and reducing local airborne emission through the purchase and operation of low emission vehicles for the light vehicle fleet, with a view to transitioning to zero emissions vehicles consistent with corporate and community ‘zero carbon’ commitments.