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E.Go Electric Car Review: Small Yet Classy

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Germans and car manufacturing have quite a long history. The innovative idea of the e.GO Life Mobile is set to write a different part of history in several ways.

It is made with some innate cleverness, and let not the small size fool you; a man as tall as 7 ft can comfortably make part of the four passengers in the cabin.
A notable element of its build is the many adjustable elements including the steering wheel which can change in depth and height as required.

It will take about five and a half hours to charge the base mobile e.GO with the normal power extension cable used in the home. With a wall connector, however, it would take about 3.8 hours.

The high-end trims will take about 9.8 hours and 6.9 hours if a wall connector is used. This car comes from the folks who gave us the famous StreetScooter, which DHL took as their electric delivery van.

That was a good success and the team moved to create another product, this time the e.GO Life touted to be an ultimate urban cruiser. The fortified hard plastic is what makes this small car’s body.

There is an underlying coat of coloring pigment that makes it impossible to even see a scratch if it happens on the car. Will this car find yet another adopter as did the StreetScooter?

Well only time will tell but the small vehicle is well slated for success.

Image Source: Pixabay

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