There production of series models from the Microlino 2.0 he’s about to leave. We are talking about an electric microcar that we got to see closely at the 2021 Munich Motor Show and which is considered to be the successor of the Isetta. In reality, production was supposed to start as early as March but due to a series of hitches including the well-known problem of supplying components, the times have lengthened.
Now, however, Micro Mobility Systems has made it known that the factory where the Microlino 2.0 will be produced is ready for series production. Currently, the last examples of pre-series. Construction of the production cars will begin immediately afterwards. Once production is up and running, the manufacturer announces that a Microlino 2.0 will come off the assembly line every 20 minutes.
This electric microcar, we recall, is produced in Italy at the CECOMP headquarters in La Loggia, Turin. This is a modern property. The warehouse in which the Microlino 2.0 will be built has an area of 3,000 square meters and is completely covered with solar panels. According to the company, a total of 100 people will be employed on the assembly line.
Micro Mobility Systems added that over 80% of the individual parts of the Microlino 2.0 are manufactured in Europe, most of them in Italy.
Recall that the electric microcar has a 12.5 kW engine with 89 Nm of torque. The maximum speed reaches 90 km / h. The Microlino 2.0 can be requested with 3 different battery capacities: 6 kWh, 10.5 kWh and 14 kWh. Autonomy can reach up to 91 km, 177 km and 230 km respectively. The company says that the model with the largest battery will only be available in the third quarter of 2022.
Microlino 2.0 is just 2,519 mm long and is an electric car designed specifically for urban use and for car sharing services. How much does it cost? Prices start from 12,500 euros.