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2009 Trabant nT Concept

2009 Trabant nT Concept
2009 Trabant nT Concept

Rated at 45 kW, an asynchronous electric motor powerfully drives the front axles. The Trabant nT Concept achieves a maximum speed of 130 km/h and is fed by a lithium-ion battery located in the design space between rear axle and the vehicle’s transmission tunnel. That allows for a range of max. 160 km. Absolutely sufficient given that the majority of daily rides in Germany are shorter than 50 km. After driving that distance, the “Trabant nT” can be fully recharged overnight utilizing the regular power network for about 1€ in electricity costs.

2009 Trabant nT Concept
2009 Trabant nT Concept
2009 Trabant nT Concept
2009 Trabant nT Concept
2009 Trabant nT Concept
2009 Trabant nT Concept

For this modern car to be on the road in 2012, the Herpa’s Trabant nT serial production readiness will be aimed for following the IAA.

Photo Credit: © Trabant
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3 Responses to “ 2009 Trabant nT Concept ”
  1. Jayden says:

    Fantastique Miscellaneous

  2. Wish says:

    Nice car, I hope it makes it to production it would be a good comeback for Trabant & an eco one at that!

    Wish :0)

  3. Richard W says:

    looks like a mini


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