The Nobe 100 is a three-wheeled vehicle built in Estonia that features design quirks inspired by classic cars but delivers a futuristic vision for inner-city travel. At first glance, the bold, eye-catching design of the Nobe 100 belies the care and attention paid to delivering the brand’s environmental mission; it’s made from 100% reusable or recyclable parts, produces zero air pollution, houses upgradable technology to enhance vehicle longevity, decentralises the production process and takes up far less road space despite accommodating three people.
As a three-wheeled vehicle, the Nobe 100 is technically classified as a trike, so has the same accessibility as a motorbike. It also has a far superior turning circle, fits smaller parking spaces than a standard small car and through offering all-wheel drive the Nobe 100 delivers great handling and stability, while offering superior grip and performance compared with two-wheel drive cars or bikes in wet and snowy conditions.
The vintage look of the Note 100 is defined by its tapered tail, whitewall tires, and thin-rimmed steering wheel. Inside there is room for two passengers in the front and one in the rear. The dash comprises two main gauges including a speedometer and smaller dial showing amps and remaining battery. Next to this there is also a large clock.
The Nobe 100 has a combined range of 137 miles (220 kilometers) and can go up to 68 miles per hour (110 kilometers per hour). It’s also all-wheel drive for superb handling. The EV can be fully charged within two hours and also features an extra battery. Nobe has opened a crowd-sourcing campaign to raise around $1.2M (€1M) and jumpstart the EV’s production. If you’re interested to invest in this cute EV project, you can join the funding here.