Hitec's ECO Car has a 7.5 kW motor, which, according to the manufacturer, corresponds to about 23 HP. With a fully charged battery, you can travel up to 120 km and reach top speeds of up to 80 km/h. The car is easy to charge at any 230V socket and takes between 5 and 7 hours for a full charge. The special feature of the ECO Car is its low consumption costs. A full charge requires 7.2 kWh. Considering the average energy tariff in Switzerland is 0.11 francs / kWh, powering the ECO Car costs just about 1 franc per 100 km! In most cantons, this vehicle category is exempt from tax and liability insurance for 12 months at the lowest bonus level costs around CHF 90.–. Anyone with a category B or B1 driving license is allowed to drive the ECO Car.
Owning a compact car is a great advantage in any city. With dimensions of 2.2 x 1.3 x 1.6 m, Hitec's ECO Car is about the size of a Smart. This city cruiser is so small that two of them can be parked in one parking space. Not only the size makes it easy to park; the large window fronts, the panorama roof and the integrated rear view camera give you extra support. Registered as a small motor vehicle, the same rights and obligations apply to the ECO Car as to scooters and you're allowed to park in scooter and motorcycle spaces. However, using the motorway is forbidden.
Tiny and great for the city – Hitec’s ECO Car
It might be small, but it offers comfort: The ECO Car is equipped with a GPS navigation device with touch screen, featuring radio, hands-free calling and music via Bluetooth, AUX cable or SD card. The ECO Car offers plenty of space for your passenger and a large shopping bag. Automatic and manual air conditioning keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter. Further highlights are hill hold control, dashcam, artificial leather seats and aluminium rims.
The GPS navigation device with touchscreen keeps you on track.
After you place your order, our supplier will get in touch with you. You can choose your preferred insurance company and the supplier will take care of setting up the insurance together with a broker. Once you're happy with the offer and have signed the insurance contract, the supplier will make sure your car is registered correctly with the Road Traffic Office. After this, the supplier will arrange a delivery date with you. All that's left to say then is: Drive safe!
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