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Woah! Lakota electric car is like a Transformer robot for residents of smart cities.
Awesome A two-seater electric car that folds up and down like a transforming robot. The two-seat electric car gradually shrinks, from 3 m in length to 2 m when entering the parking space. The driver can then exit the vehicle from the front.It is known that this is a product called Lakota and developed by NTD Energy of Spain.
NTD Energy in Spain has devoted all its heart to designing a foldable Lakota electric car to make the most of the space when entering the parking space.
The product is called Lakota, the electric car is still in the process of development, with size when retracted, it can help to hold 3 cars at the same time in a regular parking space.
Technology helps push the rear half of the car forward, and the cabin is raised on a forward slope. Thanks to this, the Lakota reduced its length by one meter, and the driver was able to step out of the vehicle from the front
NTD Energy plans to produce three versions of the compact car, including a convertible, a two-seater, and a pickup truck.
The goal of this product line is for residents of smart cities. The company has even designed suitable parking lots for this smart product, at hotels and museums.
Drivers can save money if they agree to advertise on the part of the screen that will appear behind them when the car is folded.
With a bodywork of just 580 kg – mostly made of hemp material – the Lakota has a top speed of 90 km/h.
According to the manufacturer, the fast charging mode helps the car only take about 15 minutes to charge 20%-100% while the slow charging route will need 3-6 hours.
While still seeking the backing of a Major investor, NTD Energy plans to produce 1,200 vehicles by the end of 2023.
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