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Electric Moke

The ultimate beach buggy has returned to production, but now in electric form! The much-loved 60s classic Mini Moke was originally designed to be a military vehicle, but quickly became a popular "cult” vehicle for its fun and also practical side, its robustness and the feeling of freedom that you enjoy whist driving. Now the company have presented a new electric eMoke, with a top speed of 25 mph and a range of 40 miles. A gas-engine model will also be produced, capable of cruising at speeds of up to 65 miles per hour. Remaining faithful to the iconic styling of the original model, the all-new Moke features all the current technology, and welcomes a four-seat layout with weatherproof seats, power steering, safety roll bars and an upgraded sound system.

Please note that the model featured here was built by our team on their online configurator.




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