These Fun-Size, Jeep-Looking Vehicles Are Like Power Wheels For Adults


Moke America entered the fray in 2017 to revive the classic Moke, and it did more than drum up memories of forgotten yesteryears. The automaker has re-engineered the Moke: it’s now bigger, wider, and heavier (about 2,300 pounds) than before. In addition, it has a taller and more prominent windshield to offer better visibility, and it comes standard with 14-inch steel wheels to add more ground clearance.

However, the most significant change is what’s under the hood. Instead of a noisy gasoline engine, the new Moke is a battery-electric vehicle. However, it’s not the Tesla kind of electric car. Instead, the new Moke is a low-speed vehicle (LSV) with a 25 mph top speed, numbers that won’t impress your bar mates even after a few shots of swish. 

It has a 60V single electric motor pumping out a maximum of 20 horsepower, 70 pound-feet of torque, and about 40 miles of range from its AGM battery pack. When the battery runs dry, it plugs into any 110-volt outlet to fully recharge in eight hours.



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