New ALKE' electric vehicles N1 WLTP approved New ALKE' electric vehicles N1 WLTP approved

New Alke' electric vehicles N1 WLTP approved

 
 

 

The new 2020 range of Alke' ATX electric utility vehicles is WLTP approved and thanks to a new lithium battery set-up can reach now up to 200 km of autonomy. Find out more on this article.

 

 

Why choose WLTP approved Alke' electric vehicles?

  • 200 km of autonomy
  • 100% electric: zero emissions
  • Approved for road circulation
  • Maximum load capacity (chassis): 1,630 kg
  • Maximum towing capacity: 4,500 kg (in private areas)

 

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Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP)

The WLTP procedure (world harmonized light-duty vehicles test procedure) is a global, harmonized standard for determining the levels of pollutants, CO2 emissions and fuel consumption of traditional and hybrid cars, as well as the range of fully electric vehicles. One of the main goals of the WLTP is to better match the laboratory estimates of fuel consumption and emissions with the measures of an on-road driving condition. The WLTP standard is going to be in very short time a compulsory requirement to be road legal in EU for most vehicle categories.

 

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Alke' ATX range

In its category Alke' has been a first mover in such direction and worked hard during 2019 to upgrade its ATX range to comply with this recent regulation. In addition to the WLTP upgrade, Alke' improved the battery compartment in new 2020 models, by upgrading the lithium battery set-up, that is now able to reach a new max autonomy of 200 km (the previous top range with same size of 20 kWh battery was 150 km). This is a great result and will help in dealing even better with the demanding conditions that Alke' electric vehicles must face during daily operations on different environments where they are applied.

 

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