Electric Brands

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Electric Brands began with scooters, like the Nito NES and the Nite N1e.

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Electric Brands' "EB" logo.

Their new eBussy system - short for electric bus system - is the most innovative and modular light vehicle in the world. With more than 10 modular and interchangeable bodies, it can be transformed into a convertible, off-roader, box body, station wagon, pick-up or van and camping bus in just a few steps.

With its permanent, electronically controlled all-wheel drive in combination with its innovative all-steering system, its digital exterior mirrors and app-controlled communication system, as well as its 1000Nm torque, the eBussy sets new standards not only as a light vehicle.

(source: Electric Brands)

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2021 Electric Brands Ebussy offroad bus.

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2021 Electric Brands Ebussy offroad Caprio pickup.

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2021 Electric Brands Ebussy Transporter.

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2021 Electric Brands Ebussy Kombi pickup.

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2021 Electric Brands Ebussy offroad Kombi pickup.

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Electric Brands' Nito logo.



2021 Electric Brands eBussy.

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