Sir Alec Issigonis and John Sheppard, the brilliant engineers
behind the original BMC Mini, took their concept in a new direction
with an all-purpose utility vehicle based on the production Mini's
front-drive platform. While it didn't meet its original intention
as a military vehicle, the plucky little utility car did reach
production as a low cost, highly versatile farm vehicle they called
the Moke - an archaic term for a mule. The original Mini Moke
became a cult classic with die-hard enthusiasts around the world,
and is as nearly as beloved as the original road car. In 2017, long
after original Moke production ended, an all-new company called
Moke America reimagined the classic utility car as an all-electric
runabout. Featuring the classic styling of the original, the new
car is larger and sturdier, with four seats and a pure electric
drivetrain delivering about 40 miles of range. Capable of being
charged from a standard 110v household current, the new Moke
Electric is unique and fun open-air runabout. This example is
offered in excellent, like-new condition, with fewer than 200 miles
shown. Finished in a suitably bright shade of orange, it features
four individual bucket seats, alloy wheels, and a removable vinyl
top. Hard-wearing upholstery, rubber floor mats, and an FM/MP3
player round out this fun, carefree, beach-ready runabout. Offers
welcome and trades considered For additional details please view
this listing directly on our website
2018 Moke America Electric Mini Moke
Location:Saint Louis, Missouri
Model:Electric Mini Moke
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