Fully Charged Show 2021 – Other Electric Vehicles

In this, my last blog about the Fully Charged Show, I’m going to put a spotlight on some of the interesting EVs there that weren’t cars.

Naturally there were many eBikes on display, alongside a test track available for visitors to test ride them.

Some of the eBikes on show at Fully Charged, these are on the ARCC stand (Image: TL/Tanjent)

Some of the eBikes on show at Fully Charged, these are on the ARCC stand (Image: TL/Tanjent)

Next up is the Carver three-wheeler. It looks like fun, but I found the price of around £10k disappointing.

Carver urban EV (Image: TL/Tanjent)

Carver urban EV (Image: TL/Tanjent)

There were, naturally, quite a range of electric delivery vehicles on show. These included the impressively narrow 2 Cubed Ultra.

2 Cubed Ultra delivery EV (Image: TL/Tanjent)

2 Cubed Ultra delivery EV (Image: TL/Tanjent)

The Morris JE is an impressively smart retro design, harking back to earlier days.

Morris JE electric delivery van (Image: TL/Tanjent)

Morris JE electric delivery van (Image: TL/Tanjent)

Meanwhile DPD showed off more conventional EV vans. These look like long wheelbase versions of the Maxus e Deliver 3.

Maxus e Deliver 3 electric vans (Image: TL/Tanjent)

Maxus e Deliver 3 electric vans (Image: TL/Tanjent)

To round off this review, firstly we have a an electric skid steer loader, the Kovaco Elise 200.

Kovaco Elise 200 skid steer electric loader (Image: TL/Tanjent)

Kovaco Elise 200 skid steer electric loader (Image: TL/Tanjent)

Last but not least is the FarmTrac electric tractor. Guide price was around £20k, so unfortunately I won’t be buying one any time soon!

FarmTrac electric tractor (Image: TL/Tanjent)

FarmTrac electric tractor (Image: TL/Tanjent)

By |2021-11-15T13:00:51+00:00November 15th, 2021|Blog, Electric Vehicles, Fully Charged Live, News|
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