The Spanish start-up lyux presented the new model Liux Gekoa small and urban vehicle that stands out for being designed with sustainable materials and ecological construction.
The aluminum chassis and the flax fiber bodywork are the key elements that allow this model to be completely recyclable and of natural origina characteristic that differentiates it from the rest of urban electric vehicles, usually made of plastic and steel.
Technically, the Liux Geko weighs 550 kilograms, reaches 100km/h speed maximum and has a autonomy of 150 kilometers thanks to its 13 kilowatt-hour batteries.
The compact and wide design of the Geko, with the wheels located at the vertices and great use of interior spacemake it a comfortable and practical vehicle for the city.
Besides, batteries are easily replaceable by others of the same size, but greater capacity in the event that battery technology advances in the coming years, which would extend its useful life on the streets and not be affected by technological obsolescence.
The Liux Geko is an interesting proposal for those looking for an ecological and practical vehicle for the city. The combination of sustainable materials and the ease of replacing the batteries make this model an attractive option for those looking for a more environmentally friendly alternative with a lower carbon footprint.
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