“Vehicle prototypes are ready and the next step is to start testing,“ said Roman Muljar, founder and CEO of Nobe.
The aim of the crowdfunding campaign is €100,000 which enables the company to register cars at the Estonian Traffic Register and start testing in Belgium.
The retro-style three-wheeler Nobe claims to be the world’s most sustainable car with fully upgradeable tech and hardware and is fully recyclable. It has a range of 260km on a single two-hour charge, with top speed of 130km/h, and weighs just 600kg. The interior features a built-in espresso machine and three seats for four people. The three-wheel design is the main part of the reason why the car is so light and efficient. Another clearly distinctive feature is the retro-looking design inspired by the vintage American style. The parking technology allows to be parked vertically on the side of a wall using a parking rig.
This exotic three-wheeled beauty can be bought on the site of Indiegogo for €25,715, which includes a 19% discount on the full price.
The company’s goal is to launch Estonia’s first domestic car factory and to produce first cars by spring 2020.