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The move to electric power for the recreation convertible is said to make Moke International the first legacy manufacturer in the world to go fully electric.

16 Oct 2021 | International News : U.K.

Moke International, manufacturer of the Moke recreational convertible, has announced that it is going all-electric.

The move comes with a new electric Moke, powered by a 44bhp electric motor, plenty for a vehicle that weighs just 800kg, and more than enough to offer all the thrills expected of a Moke while traversing any sunny beach.

The new drivetrain will allow the Moke to reach 55km/h from a standstill in just 4.5 seconds, while its battery is said to be good for a range of 144km. Charging via a Type 2 charger to full will take four hours, while top speed of the vehicle is limited to 100km/h.

The last of the combustion-powered Mokes will no longer be available to order from 1 January 2022.

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