The Tuk Tuk Factory has launched its new vehicle, the e-Tuk Vendo, which is a pure electric mobile catering truck
The Vendo features an opening side panel, that reveals its serving station
The Vendo’s 72-volt AC motor manages a top speed of 50 km/h
The Vendo's lead-acid battery is able to keep the onboard refrigerator running while the vehicle is in transit
The Vendo incorporates a table that folds out from its side
When most people in the western world think of tuk tuks (if they even know what they are), they likely picture rather beat-up, primitive, noisy vehicles that zip around the crowded streets of exotic foreign lands. A Dutch company known as Tuk Tuk Factory, however, recently started building its own electric tuk tuks for sale within Europe. Apparently the traditional gas-powered vehicles from Asia couldn’t meet European environmental, quality or safety requirements. While the company’s existing models have all been aimed at ferrying around passengers, last week it launched the e-Tuk Vendo – an all-electric three-wheeled mobile catering machine.
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