The $18,632 electric eBussy can turn into 10 different vehicles: Lego Like

Discussion in 'General' started by interestedinEV, Jul 31, 2020.

  1. interestedinEV

    interestedinEV Well-Known Member

    The $18,632 electric eBussy can turn into 10 different vehicles by using different modular attachments — see how

    https://news.yahoo.com/18-632-electric-ebussy-turn-162413308.html

    According to the Germany-based company's website, the eBussy's design is centered around the "Lego principle" by using a series of chassis attachments to create a multi-use vehicle.


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    • Germany-based Electric Brands has unveiled the eBussy, an electric modular bus that can come in 10 different body forms.

    • The eBussy comes in two chassis: "standard" and "offroad".

    • Its modularity allows the vehicle to be used with different bodies, such as a camper, dump truck, bus, or various types of pickup trucks.

    • The eBussy starts at around $18,632 and will be available on the market in 2021.
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  2. I really like the camper version at $33,946 off road , I wonder if will we ever see it here?:cool:
     
  3. bwilson4web

    bwilson4web Well-Known Member Subscriber

    Crash testing costs can increase with the number of variants.

    Bob Wilson
     
  4. DucRider

    DucRider Well-Known Member

    72V battery system and 20 HP will make it a bit like an electric golf cart
     
  5. interestedinEV

    interestedinEV Well-Known Member

    Hmm unlikely at least in the next 3-4 years. The big question is "if they will even make it to the market". We have had Sondors trying to go from electric scooters to electric cars, just like this company and fail. We had Dyson trying to go from vacuum cleaners to cars and drop out.We have a Faraday Futures and so many other cars that have failed.

    They claim they will have solar charging which increase range, but the maximum speed for any of there model is 55 mph (90 kph) so I do think it is even designed for long distance travel, short commutes were speed or range does not matter. Many things do not add up here, so I am skeptical that it will even see the light of the day.
     

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