How did we go about developing the eezon e3? Read on to find out.
The VMS experience
This project involved the development of prototypes for a number of three-wheeled vehicle concepts, all of which provided results which validated the superb performance of the balancing system developed and patented by VMS.
»The A1 prototype is powered by a 250cc heat engine.
»It is an unenclosed, three-wheeled vehicle.
»As an approved L5e-category vehicle, it can be driven on a standard car license (B)
»It was conceived to be similar to a maxi-scooter in terms of size, delivering the same advantages as a two-wheeled scooter with regard to manoeuvrability, light weight and ease of parking.
»Featuring a central electric motor and rear transmission instead of a combustion engine.
»A small battery provides autonomy for short-run tests.
»In this case, the design features a cabin (semi-enclosed) with space for a passenger.
»Designed to be charged via a conventional socket.
»Does away with the need for a helmet, since it is fitted with both rider and passenger seat belts.
»The A3 prototype features two electric motors mounted on the rear wheels.
»The semi-enclosed cabin has been removed, and a reverse gear added.
»The batteries are capable of delivering a range of 100 km, and can be charged to 80% in 2.5 hours.
»It has an electronically limited top speed of 105 km/h.
»The A3 prototype forms the basis for the development of the model that will later be launched into the market.