To buy an electric UTV it is important to know its technical specifications, its building quality and its price.
|Electric motor||8 kW electric motor (14 kW peak), extremely powerful can work without problems in very demanding situations.|
|Maximum negotiable slope||35% one of the best in electric cars sector|
|truck bed length||130-180 cm|
|Approved Road Legal||L7e (European homologation as heavy quadricycle)|
|Made in Europe||
Yes: European electric cars: spare parts are always available in a short delivery time
|Battery-charger on board the vehicle||Yes, it can be connected anytime and anywhere to any 230 V (16 A) socket|
|Off-road use||Yes, very few UTV operate on uneven land. The structure in high-strength steel is built to support heavy duty operations.|
|Electric UTV Alkè - Euro 2008||Electric UTV car - Alkè|
Alkè electric utility vehicles combine silence and zero pollution to a real working capacity. It is not by chance that a growing number of sectors are starting conversion procedures of almost their entire fleet of vehicles to high performance electric UTV such as the ATX E.
It makes a real difference being able to move and operate without limits of time or space within residential areas, tourist structures, parks and golf clubs, just as, with Alkè airport vehicles, within civil or commercial airports, without disturbing visitors or operators residing in these areas.
Powerful and strong: These electric utilitiy vehicles have AC motors with very high torque and smooth distribution which prevents skidding and loss of grip also on high risk land-types (sand, snow or ice) and guarantee start-up in ascent without hesitation.
Thanks to their special motors and CURTIS controllers, the ATXs raise the power, if necessary, by 8 kW nominal to a peak of 14 kW to allow operations even in the presence of uneven land and 35% slopes.
The range on standard routes is about 70-100 Km, which corresponds to an entire working day even when many repeated stops are required for frequent load-unload operations.
The Alke's UTV cars have a regenerative brake system, which in the stopping phase prevents all waste of power and wear of the brakes.
The complete re-charge of the battery set, normally carried out during the night, takes place using the high frequency battery-charger present on the machine, this means it can be connected anywhere there is a common mains socket without being restrained to fixed bases.