Electric utility vehicles on uphill slope, we discover how to face a speed hump on an uphill slope and obtain the best from our electric utility vehicle.

Climb test with bumps of an Alke XT electric vehicle
Electric utility vehicles on uphill slope with speed hump test
A test that demonstrates how to face speed humps with electric utility vehicles

Climbing an uphill slope with an electric utility vehicle is a difficult task in itself as a lot of power and electric energy are needed; if a speed hump must also be passed, things become highly complicated. If the vehicle is at a complete standstill, a hump, no matter how small and harmless, seems to be a challenging uphill slope.

climb slope with bumpsHere is a test for an electric utility vehicle with a rather high speed hump; the gradient of the speed hump added to that of the ramp is approx. 70%, equal to 38.4 degrees. The gradient of the ramp is approx. 20%. The electric utility vehicle being tested in an Alke' XT320E with 2-wheel drive and load of 500 kg. The result is as if an uphill slope with gradient of 70% must be climbed; something impossible for a normal 2WD electric vehicle. In reality, the Alkè electric utility vehicles can face uphill slopes in the order of 40%. As well as these electric utility vehicles Alke' also produces 4x4 electric vehicles that can climb uphill slopes of 46%.

The speed humps in the video have a gradient of 50%, which added to that of an uphill slope of 20% lead to a VERY tough challenge, even if the slope is short. A minimum run-up is required, 5-10 cm are enough, and the speed hump can be passed without any difficulty.

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