The third prototype of the QBEAK electric car now includes a basic charging structure, along with instrumentation and controls positioned in the center of the steering wheel
The QBEAK III has been treated to two comfortable passenger seats for demonstration purposes
The coating of the EPP bodywork is completely new, and is claimed to flexible and robust enough to cope with small bumps
The handle-free sliding doors are operated using a credit-card-like key externally and buttons internally
ECOmove has announced a delay in the production of its QBEAK electric car, which was scheduled for release this year
The close of 2012 is but a few short days away, and the promised production version of the QBEAK electric car has yet to appear. Its Danish developers have advised that unforeseen challenges along the route to producing what they claim will be the most environmentally-, energy- and city-friendly car in the world have eaten away at the original time schedule and forced a launch date rethink. Meanwhile, the company has unveiled a third prototype that marks a significant improvement on earlier versions.
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