Mullen unveils new urban delivery EV in Europe

Mullen unveils new urban delivery EV in Europe

Mullen Automotive will secure exclusive sales, distribution and branding rights to the new compact urban delivery electric vehicle, the I-Go, which is fully EU Standard homologated and certified for sale in select European markets.

The Mullen I-Go, intended for companies focusing on last-mile deliveries, is based on a 96-in. wheelbase, 16.5-kWh battery pack, rear-wheel drive, and a curb weight of 1,753 lbs. With a range of 124 miles, according to NEDC estimate, the vehicle can easily handle the stop/go and weave in/out typical of narrow European urban streets, the company says. Mullen adds the I-Go was built to get to the customer’s door faster, all while decreasing pollution and congestion levels across Europe. The I-Go will have a starting price of $11,999 plus VAT and local transportation and will be retailed and serviced through local European distributors.

The I-Go will join Mullen’s current commercial vehicle lineup which includes Class 1 and 2 EV cargo vans.

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