Uniti, Sweden’s ground-breaking mobility pioneer, has revealed the pricing and specification for its debut vehicle, the fully-electric Uniti One. The three person vehicle makes an interesting alternative to many city cars like the Toyota Aygo, Smart car, Peugeot 108 or VW Up – although it does cost substantially more to buy. Here’s the latest from Uniti;
Designed in Sweden and engineered in the UK, the Uniti One has been created from the ground-up to be an urban electric vehicle: fully optimised for efficiency, sustainability and affordability, whilst maximising interior space for three adults. All of which has been achieved without sacrificing quality, comfort or real-world usability. The roof automatically darkens to prevent the vehicle heating up when parked, which also helps reduce the amount of energy needed to cool the cabin again. The electrochromic glass also acts as virtual sun visor, tinting the top of the windscreen to reduce brightness and glare for the driver.
Offered with a choice of two battery sizes, the Uniti One has a range of up to 300 km, which can be charged from 20% to 80% in just seventeen minutes with a 50 kW CCS charger.
A direct benefit of the car’s ultra-compact footprint and light-weight construction, the Uniti One’s standard 12 kWh battery provides 150 km (93 miles) of range from a single charge, while the optional 24 kWh battery extends range to an impressive 300 km (186 miles) . A hundred kilometres (62 miles) of range can be added in just ten minutes using a 50 kW CCS charger.
Adopting a clean and minimalist approach to styling, the Uniti One’s graceful lines and uncluttered functionality is in keeping with the best of Scandinavian design, creating a distinctive, beautifully-detailed and highly desirable product.
The Uniti One comes well-equipped as standard and can be further enhanced and personalised through a suite of carefully-selected options.
With orders expected to open shortly, customers that place a deposit before the end of November 2019 will secure a place in Uniti’s exclusive ‘Founders Club’, entitling them to a host of exclusive benefits, including free software upgrades and enhancements for life.
With prices starting from just £15,100 (after £3,500 UK Government subsidy) the Uniti One offers a revolutionary new platform for affordable and sustainable mobility.
Offered initially to buyers in northern Europe and with first deliveries planned in Sweden and the UK for mid-2020, the Uniti One is now available to configure at www.uniti.earth.