Mullen's I-Go commercial EV arrives in Europe

Mullen’s I-Go commercial EV arrives in Europe

Mullen Automotive's I-Go commercial urban delivery EV will be delivered in Europe in early January.

Mullen Automotive has announced the arrival of the I-Go commercial urban delivery EV in Europe, with sample vehicles now en route to Newgate Motor Group in Ireland, and expected delivery in early January 2023.

The I-Go is designed to bridge the gap between the growing demand for quick deliveries and space constraints in dense cities throughout Europe, Mullen says. The Mullen I-Go is EU standard homologated, certified, and ready for sale in the initial markets of the U.K., Germany, Spain, France and Ireland, with the first vehicles going to Newgate Motor Group based in Navan, Ireland.

In November 2022, Mullen Automotive entered into an agreement to appoint Newgate Motor Group as the marketing, sales, distribution and servicing agent for the Mullen I-Go in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Newgate Motor Group also represents XBUS and Evetta electric vehicles from the German-based company Electric Brands.

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