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ECOmove QBEAK revealed [video]

Launches later this year

Denmark's ECOmove has released new details about their upcoming QBEAK electric vehicle.

Distinctively styled, the compact city car has sliding doors, a panoramic glass roof and plastic body panels that can be easily replaced. Overall, it measures 3m long, 1.75m wide and 1.63m tall.

Interior pictures were not released, but the company says the QBEAK has a functional cabin which can be equipped with up to six seats.

Motivation is provided by six "energy modules" that have a storage capacity of 4.7 kWh each. They power two electric motors which produce a combined output of 96 PS (70.8 kW / 95 hp). This enables the 425 kg (937 lb) model to have a 300 km (186 mile) range and a top speed of 120 km/h (75 mph).

Production is slated to begin later this year and the company is currently accepting deposits.

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davo23
Did someone slip with the heat gun?
Aug 9, 2012 7:50 am
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Cohiba-lover06
I do not follow this eco-move. Short of Fisker (un-attainable) all these electro/eco "cars" are designed by 3-year olds to resemble smelly sneakers. Pass.
Aug 8, 2012 12:34 am
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CDspeed
These little Eco boxes are purely city cars just like track day cars are only meant to be on a track in good weather conditions. It's a car with only one purpose, just like a track day car (example KTM X-Bow) only has one purpose.
Aug 8, 2012 9:30 am
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Cohiba-lover06
Their purpose is to be b.u.t.t. ugly. To wean people from cars. Why MUST city cars look like this. The other day a guy hummed by in a Renault Twizzy. Soaked to the bone. Again: Pass. I stick with my Jensen Interceptor also in the city.
Aug 8, 2012 10:30 am
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CDspeed
Yeah they are funky looking.
Aug 8, 2012 2:15 pm
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