The Alkè electric vehicles easily resolve the typical mobility and utility needs local councils tend to have. Strong and reliable, they have multiple uses.
All Alkè vehicles use state of the art electric motor technology; in fact our electric cars have all got a computer on board that control the electric motor in order to optimise use. The separate excitation electric engine has a regenerative system that captures energy from braking that allows an ulterior cut in energy consumption while converting some of the kinetic energy of the vehicle into the battery. Also, these electric cars don’t emit CO2 which makes them perfect for indoor use. The Alkè electric vehicles are also road homologation ready (road approved). An important characteristic is the flexibility of these cars, here are a few examples:
During the summer a council could use Alke' road electric vehicles as:
- Road maintenance vehicles
- Waste and recycling collection
- Cemetery maintenance
- Beach cleansing vehicles
- Salting trucks
- Snow removal vehicles
Electric vehicles used in town centers
Here are some of the principal characteristics:
|Professional vehicles suitable for intensive use in difficult conditions|
|Very powerful electric motor, generally more than double compared to competition|
|Very resistant structure|
|Autonomy of 70 Km -100Km according to model|
|Approved for road circulation|
These are very small electric utility vehicles, in fact they’re only 127 cm. Large. This allows ATX Alkè vehicles to pass in even the narrowest of streets, to do maintenance on bicycle paths and anywhere normal cars can’t pass.
There are contexts in which an electric van is a necessity and not an option.
In town centers, the delivery of packages and letters is done mainly with bicycles or electric bikes, where even scooters are beginning to get frowned upon because of pollution problems.