AOXIN eGO ELECTRIC VEHICLE
e-Go is a lightweight electric sports car which was developed by Aoxin and Techno Design of Italy in 2011. The company labels the vehicle the most efficient electric car due to its lightweight carbon fiber body and aluminum frame. The Aoxin e-Go is marketed in the USA by 2050Motors from Las Vegas.
The Aoxin eGo EV should not be confused with the German EV start-up e.GO and its EV the e.GO Life below. Click on the picture to learn more about the city EV that’s entering the market in 2019.
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