RAYTTLE E28 EV
The production version of the Rayttle E28 was launched in September 2014. You would be forgiven to think that the Rayttle E28 EV is a knock-off of the popular European Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) the Renault Twizy. Visually the vehicle is a direct knock-off, with the only difference being the wheel arches but that is where the similarity ends. Technically the Twizy is far superior and lighter, mostly due to better quality LG-Chem batteries. Interestingly enough the specifications on the Rayttle website list the E28 as a three seater, one up front and two at the back, with the same dimensions as the Twizy, which is only listed as a two-seater. The E28 is available in an E28Pro and E28Max model. The only difference, however, is that the Pro has a 3.5kW electric motor and the Max a 4kW electric motor and central locking. The picture below includes a Twizy, so you can be the judge.
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