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Nobe electric truck

2021-11-10 23:07:42.276865+01 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Jalopnik: Let's Check In On Nobe, Everyone's Favorite Estonian EV Maker, linked to because holy crap if that little electric truck isn't the cutest thing ever and if I can get that with a lumber rack and a half-ton capacity shut up and take my money.

And if they'll sell it in "rat rod" paint job (which would have to be simulated, 'cause rusty carbon fiber), I'll pay extra for the privilege.

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#Comment Re: Nobe electric truck made: 2021-11-11 14:11:25.152961+01 by: DaveP

Interesting that the article mentions Elio at the end. Yeah, I’d much rather have the cute little pickup, and I suspect that’s a lot more likely to ship than Elio’s trike, though they did help pave the way with autocycle legislation in a number of states.

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