The Twike is a diminutive electric powered car which was
developed in Germany. However Twike now has sales offices
across Europe and in America.
The Twike comes in two forms. The Twike Active, which
has twin pedals sets for the occupants to use in conjunction
with the electric motor. And the Twike Easy which relies
on battery power alone for propulsion.
Control of the Twike is done with a joystick which provides
complete fingertip control of steering, acceleration,
turn signals, and brakes, all in one hand. Cruise control
allows for a relaxed and energy saving ride.
The Twike features an onboard digital display which shows
battery charge, range, speed, and more.
With 336 volts and up to 17 amp hours of power, the Twike
has a top speed of 55 mph and a range of up to 90 miles.
The Twike's chassis consists of a tricycle wheel layout
fitted in an aluminium alloy frame. The body, which has
been designed to be as aerodynamic as possible, is formed