Kurrent is a neighborhood vehicle (NV), which means it has four wheels and weighs less than 2500 lbs. It runs on the same standard electricity you use to operate your household appliances. Think of it as juice to go. Kurrent is not just a new car – it’s a whole new way to get where you’re going.
Based upon European micro car technology, Kurrent is actually the evolution of the motorcycle and not simply a refurbished golf cart. Micro cars have been driving the streets of Europe for more than ten years.
The average American drives 29 miles in a day. You can do much of that driving in your Kurrent while leaving the SUV parked in the garage. Don’t do it just for the admiring stares. Kurrent costs less than 2¢ per mile to operate – that’s five times less than a “fuel-efficient” SUV. In most states Kurrent is approved to drive on streets with posted speed limits of 35mph or less. Check with your Secretary of State, or email us and we'll check for you:
The Kurrent Specs
Motor: 4.1 KW electric motor plus 4 lead Deepcycle batteries
Electric system: 48 volt
Re-Charge: Plug into standard household 110-volt outlet
Range: Kurrent, when fully charged, will travel 35-40 miles at a constant speed of 25 miles per hour.
Cost per Mile: Kurrent costs less than 2¢ per mile to operate.
Trunk space: 7.5 cubic feet
Length: 92 inches
Width: 50 inches
Weight: 1080 lbs with batteries
GVW: 1750 lbs
Front Brakes: 210 mm disc brakes
Rear Brakes:10 mm drum brakes
Front Suspension: McPherson Strut design with coil over shocks
Rear Suspension: Independent swing arm design with coil over shocks
Body: Through-Color recyclable ABS
Standard Equipment: Windshield and roof for fully-enclosed vehicle, windshield wipers, headlights, brake lights, turn signals, reflex reflectors, parking brakes, rear view mirrors, seat belts
FMVSS Requirements: Meets all FMVSS 500 federal standards
Federal Tax credit: Qualifies for substantial alternate fuel/electric vehicle federal tax credit – see your tax advisor for details