|Speed||15 and 31 mph|
|Power||3 kW (4 hp)|
|Range||31 miles (45 mph)
43 miles (25 mph)
|Charge Time||5 hours|
The unu is available with 3 engine variants (1 kW, 2 kW and 3 kW power). The unu Premium has a 3 kW engine and is available as a 16 mph and 31 mph (moped) version. The 16 mph version has a range of 70 km, the 31 mph version has a range of 31 miles.
The unu has an option to connect a second battery to double the range to 87 miles.
The unu has a removable battery. The battery weighs 20 lbs and can be easily removed. Due to a collaboration with LG the unu has access to the latest battery technologies so that the quality of the batteries can be guaranteed.
The accu can be charged at any regular power outlet with a supplied charger. The charge time is about 5 hours when the battery is completely empty.
The battery housing is made of brushed aluminum and has an indicator that shows how full the battery is. Used batteries are recycled in conjunction with the German GRS Batterien for use as energy storage systems and renewable energy purposes.
The unu has a Kinetic Energy Recovery System, or KERS. KERS is known from Formula 1: Every time you brake, braking energy is fed back to the battery.
2022 unu models
Tempelhofer Ufer 17
D-10963 Berlin (Germany)
+49 (0) 30 220 12 12 99
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