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Van.Eko 🐝 Be.e

Van.Eko Be.e Vaneko electric scooter
Van.Eko Be.e Vaneko electric scooter 85
Van.Eko Be.e Vaneko electric scooter 85
Van.Eko Be.e electric scooter 4000 watt 85
Van.Eko Be.e electric scooter 4000 watt 85
Van.Eko Be.e Vaneko electric scooter 85
Van.Eko Be.e electric bio-composite scooter 85
be.e electric scooter 85
Van.Eko Be.e electric scooter 4000 watt 85
Battery LiFePo4 (LFP)
Range 99 miles (45 mph)
124 miles (25 mph)
Charge Time 4 hours
Power 4 kW (5.4 hp)
Price $4.640💱
made in Holland  

Specifications

Brand Van.Eko
Model Be.e
Speed 15 and 31 mph
Power 4 kW (5.4 hp)
Weight 243 lbs
Battery LiFePo4 (LFP)
Battery Life 1,000 cycles
Range 99 miles (45 mph)
124 miles (25 mph)
Charge Time 4 hours
 

van.eko hemp innovation award 2018The Be.e is an electric and ecological scooter that is mostly made of plant based materials.

The scooter is developed as a collaborative effort between Inholland University of Applied Sciences,  TU Delft, bioplastic maker NPSP composites and dutch design studio Waarmakers. The project was initiated by the design studio Waarmakers.

The scooter is the first biocomposite electric scooter made with a monocoque body of hemp (Cannabis plant), flax, and bio-resin.

The bio-composite monocoque body mimics that of an egg shell and provides exceptional strength. The technology originates from Formula 1. The shell has the same properties as fiberglass polyester, which is normally used in the construction of boats, swimming pools and windmills.

The monocoque structure means that there is no internal steel frame. The Be.e is largely vegetable and biodegradable.

The Be.e offers connectivity for two 2,5 kWh Lithium batteries (max 5 kWh) for a range of 160 kilometer (50 miles per battery).

The scooter has a powerful 4,000 watt electric motor with 120nm torque. The scooter is capable to climb steep hills with 2 passengers. The scooter accelerates from 0-31 mph in seven seconds. The top speed is 36 mph.

The scooter provides a boost button for extra fast acceleration.

The scooter is designed to be robust and durable for long term daily usage. The scooter is constructed from high quality components from brands such as Domino (Italy).

Van.Eko provides 4 years or 12427 miles warranty.

The scooter is available in many colors and can be customized via an online configurator.

Van.Eko offers free shipping.

 

2022 Van.Eko models

Be.eVan.Eko Be.e Vaneko electric scooter 100
$4.640
LiFePo4 (LFP)
99-124 miles
 

Sales Department

Van.Eko
Churchill-laan 86
1078EL Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Phone: +31 (0)6 4391 0740
Email: info@vaneko.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/vaniekvaneko

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“We are losing our suicidal war against nature. An ecosystem collapse is looming. Within decades, millions of animal species can become extinct, resulting in a collapse of Nature on Earth.”
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