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Triggo

Triggo electric moped car 20,000 watt
Triggo electric moped car 20,000 watt 85
Triggo electric moped car 20,000 watt 85
Triggo electric moped car 20,000 watt 85
Triggo electric moped car 20,000 watt 85
Triggo electric moped car 20,000 watt 85
Triggo electric moped car 20,000 watt 85
Triggo electric moped car 20,000 watt 85
Triggo electric moped car 20,000 watt 85
Battery18650 Lithium
Range62 miles
Charge Time2 hours
Power20 kW (26.8 hp)
PriceUnknown
18650 Lithium
Removable battery
Two-wheel drive (2WD)
made in Poland  

Specifications

BrandTriggo
ModelTriggo
SpeedMotorcycle
Power20 kW (26.8 hp)
Weight882 lbs
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life3,000 cyclesβ„Ή
Range62 miles
Charge Time2 hours
 

The Triggo is an innovative electric moped car made by electric vehicle startup Triggo from Poland.

The Triggo is a 1+1 seater and is designed for Robo-Taxi and car sharing purposes and is already capable of autonomous driving by digital Drive-by-Wire control.

The vehicle has two 10,000 watt electric motors for a top speed of 56 mph. The combined power output of the motors is limited to 15,000 watt.

The vehicle has a easy to swap removable lithium battery for a driving range of 62 miles. The vehicle’s battery swap system is named Rapid Battery Change (RBC) System.

The vehicle has two driving modes: road mode and maneuvering mode. In road mode, the wheels of the vehicle expand to a width of 148 centimeters. In maneuvering mode the wheels retract to a width of 86 centimeters for a turning circle of 3.5 meters and a maximum speed of 16 mph.

The vehicle can be equipped and customized for business and cargo purposes such as pizza delivery, security and ambulance (urban logistics).

The vehicle is equipped with a Platooning Autonomous Reallocation system that enables to form a train of vehicles with a single driver. This feature enables to use the vehicles for touristic purposes such as sight seeing in cities in which each car can hold two passengers.

The vehicle is available in any color and can be customized.

The vehicle can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

2021 Triggo models

TriggoTriggo electric moped car 20,000 watt 100
Unknown
18650 Lithium
62 miles
 

Sales Department

Triggo S.A.
st. Kolejowa 53
05-092 Łomianki
Poland
Triggo Mobility
Global Commercial HQ
Watling Street (A5)
Nuneaton, Warwickshire
CV10 0TU
United Kingdom

Mobile: +22 391 52 96 (WhatsApp)
Phone: +48 502 156 667
Email: triggo@triggo.city
Facebook Messenger: m.me/triggocity

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