e-Miles: Small electric car that stretches 37 cm

It is ideal for urban traffic and also stands out for having a joystick instead of a steering wheel.

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In Spain they presented a new concept for urban mobility in terms of use, sustainability, inclusive accessibility and respect for the environment. Its about e-Miles, a small electric vehicle conceived by the company The e-Miles Company.

The e-Miles has its electric motors built into the wheels and measure 2,5 meters long by 1,5 meters wide; that is it is smaller than a smart. However, the little one has an innovative automatic extension system chassis that allows you to increase its length 37 centimeters.

e-thousandsWith this extended version the e-Miles can carry up to four passengers o increase load capacity, in case of being used for last-mile delivery in the city.

In short configuration, access is only from the front through a wide front door that folds completely vertically, simulating the BMW Isetta. In long configuration a side door on the right side to expand the access possibilities.

It has no dashboard or instrument panel. It also does not have pedals or a conventional steering wheel. Its conduction is achieved through a joystick, as in an airplane or a motorized wheelchair. The traditional dashboard is replaced with a giant screen that shows all the vehicle information.

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