Utility vheicles ATX Alkè ATX the evolution of ATX 100E and 200E

 

Utility vheicles - ATX 100E and 200E evolution

 

Alkè ATX utility vehicles: zero-emission, high-performance vehicles designed for use in the harshest and most demanding environments. The ATX 100E and 200E were replaced by new models ATX310E and ATX340E.

 

 

Why you should choose Alkè ATX utility vehicles

  • Zero emission: do not pollute the environment
  • Extremely robust: load capacity up to 1630 kg (chassis) and towing capacity up to 4500 kg
  • Performance comparable to a 4x4 off-road and negotiable slopes up to 35 %
  • Extremely versatile thanks to the multiple equipment options available

 

 

The main characteristics of Alkè electric utility vehicles - Upgrade of ATX 100E and ATX 200E

The ATX electric vehicle range, like its predecessors ATX 100E and 200E, is characterised by technical solutions derived from years of experience and field tests and European homologation for public roads. All ATX models have European road homologation as a truck (category N1). ATX electric quadricycles have a 48V asynchronous AC induction motor. The top model is equipped with 10 kWh or 20 kWh lithium-ion batteries that allow an autonomy of 200 km. The cabin of these electric vehicles is equipped with safety features such as three-point seat belts and a driver presence sensor on the seats. The dashboard has an LCD display that provides information on speed, battery charge status, motor and inverter temperature, and inverter errors, among others. Alkè electric vehicles can also be equipped with a powerful and easy-to-use fleet management platform developed especially for them. This platform provides a 360° real-time overview of the fleet to improve daily operations and reduce costs.

 

Fleet monitoring and management - CloudConnected - Electric Vehicles ALKE' 

Cloud Connected - Fleet Management Platform

Alkè electric vehicles can be equipped with a fleet management platform specially developed for them. This provides an overview of the fleet and allows the performance of each vehicle to be precisely monitored, reviewed and analysed. Ideal for optimising daily operations and reducing costs.

 

Main characteristics Utility vehicles ATX
Coud Connected Yes (optional)
Motor Electric AC 48V asynchronous induction
Maximum autonomy 200 km
Control electronics Curtis
Vehicle performance settings ECO and SPORT
Drive Drive with electronic speed variation

 

Best-in-class performance even off-road

Like their predecessors the ATX100E and ATX200E, the new ATXs are able to adapt to both urban and off-road routes. Thanks to their small dimensions, they adapt perfectly to the peculiarities of dirt tracks, which are very often narrow. Alkè vehicles have brilliantly passed all tests even on the most difficult terrain, managing to overcome gradients of up to 35%. And so we encounter ATX electric vehicles in organic vineyards, on flat and hilly estates, in sandy areas, even in mountain resorts, ski resorts, agritourisms and many other areas where maximum grip, performance and reliability are required.

 

Alkè off-road electric quadricycle

 

A wide range of configurations and versions to choose from

Alkè is able to provide solutions for the many needs of customers because it has a complete range of options, accessories and equipment. Alkè utility vehicles are used in different areas and for different activities. From transporting various types of material, to maintenance activities, to waste collection. The versatility of Alkè electric vehicles is able to respond to all these needs in a timely manner. In fact, the Alkè vehicle range can count on cabs with 2 or 4 seats, 4 different dimensions of the loading bed, and hundreds of configurations to choose from. Once you have chosen the most suitable set-up, you can also complete the configuration of your vehicle by choosing from a large number of accessories.

 

Electric work vehicle Alkè

 

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