So you think you know what powers a Trabant?“Trabant nT”– new thinking!
Dimensions: 3,950 x 1,690 x 1,500 mmWheel base: 2,450 mmSeats: 4+1 (one child seat)Unloaded weight: approx. 1,050 kg,vehicle payload 400 kgRange: max. 160 kmCharging time: 220V-network approx. 8 hr,380V-network – approx. 2 hr.Maximum speed: approx. 130 km/hEngine: central asynchronous motor, output 47 kWBattery: lithium-ionSolar roof: 1.8 m
, approx. 120 W to supportventilation and extra appliances
Simply trend-setting –the power-plant of the “Trabant nT“
Rated at 47 kW, an asynchronous electric motor, in com-bination with a lithium-ion-battery in the vehicle’s trans-mission tunnel, has more than enough power to drive thefront axles. Given that cars in Germany are driven anaverage of 50 km per day, the “Trabant nT” can be fullyrecharged overnight for about 1€ in electricity costs.There’s no better way to get around!