Now you can be an Easy Rider commuter on this WYLD mini electric chopper from Brisbane-based electric light vehicle company EMoS, formerly known as e-Motion Concepts.
The e-Moped, which can be ridden on a car licence in most Australian states, will be available in six to eight weeks and will cost from $A2999 to $A5599 depending on battery size.
Range goes from 60km up to 80km with regenerative braking and a governed top speed of 50km/h so it can be ridden on a car licence in Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory.
“We want people to turn their heads for our vehicles,” Harry says.
“We want them to be excited about the form and the function and to make a statement for electric vehicles and that is the same for the WYLD.”
EMoS has a range of electric road registrable urban transport vehicles of people and goods, ranging from the three-wheeled Personal Mobility Device (PMD) iLARK to cargo-carrying three wheelers CT-KARGO and the CT-KUBE.