You can now order a fully recyclable electric vehicle that can also be parked on the side of your house.
Each element in the Nobe 100 is designed to be updated, including batteries, chargers and in-wheel motors, to extend the lifecycle of the car to make it more sustainable.
The team behind the vehicle claim they will keep their customers up to date with cutting edge technology and will also replace hardware damaged through wear and tear or even a desire to change colour of design.
Weighing just 600kg, less than half the weight of the lightest MINI, the ‘neo-vintage’ three wheeler also demands less power while still having a range of 260km on a single two hour charge, and can be parked vertically on the side of a wall using a ‘gekko’ parking rig to save on road space.
When added to the wall clamp, which is made of aluminium, the car is able to charge. Nobe say that this helps to create new space in urban environments.
Roman Muljar, founder and CEO at Nobe, says he has always had a passion for cars, but was annoyed at the constant need to fix them and the waste that came from this process. Nobe is his first invention.
He said: “Our aim was to at once reinvent the car for a greener future, and at the same time celebrate its history as an icon of design. We call it ‘neo-vintage’ and the result is a car so beautiful you’ll want to lick it.”
The first ten Nobe 100s are available to pre-order through an Indiegogo campaign, a crowdfund designed to raise $100,000 (£79,700) to build more vehicles.