The Moke is back, baby! The throwback classic cruiser from the ‘60s, which was beloved by stars and socialites such as Brigitte Bardot, Cher, the Beach Boys, Princess Margaret and Jacqueline Onassis, has been reinvented by Moke America. Electric, street legal and versatile, Moke America runs on good vibes and electric power. Plug it in for 40 miles of fun, from the beach, and golf course to the farmer’s market and city streets. Moke America features a steel chassis, hydraulic steering, front disc brakes, rear drum brakes, a parking brake, and backup camera. It reaches a top speed of 25mph, allowing it for use on city streets with a posted speed limit of 35 mph or less. Customizable in one of 13 rainbow bright colors, this bespoke Moke turns heads and lights up Instagram feeds.
Moke America is a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV), which is defined by a set of rules by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). NEVs must reach a speed of 20 MPH, but not exceed 25 MPH. They must have a 17-digit vehicle identification number (VIN). They must have a gross weight of less than 3,000 pounds. They are also referred to as a Low Speed Vehicle (LSV).
America’s first electric Moke features a steel chassis, four-wheel drivetrain, hydraulic steering, front disc brakes, rear drum brakes, a parking brake and backup camera. The battery-powered vehicle can be fully charged in eight hours via standard outlet and runs up to 40 miles on a single charge. It reaches a top speed of 25 mph, allowing it for use on city streets with a posted speed limit of 35 mph or less.
What began a s a military invention for the British army in the late 1950s became a cultural touch point with celebrity fans like Brigitte Bardot, Princess Margaret, Emperor Rosko and the Beach Boys. Created by the British Motor Company and Alec Issigonis, the father of the original Austin Mini, the Moke was designed to be combat ready, a car that could be parachuted from the skies.
In January 2021, Moke America announced an exclusive partnership with EON Productions to sell several limited edition 007-inspired electric Mokes. The first one is called the "San Monique" edition, in homage to Live And Let Die. Available for purchase now.
Drawing inspiration from the Caribbean, a location synonymous with James Bond, the 007 “San Monique” takes its name from the fictional island featured in LIVE AND LET DIE (1973). In the film, James Bond (Roger Moore) drives a white and blue Moke through the streets of San Monique. The limited edition 007 Moke has the same striking white and blue design, and features the unique “San Monique” artwork created for the movie.
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Chassis: Rust Inhibitor
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60V Three Phase AC Electric Motor
Front Wheel Drive 4x2
10 6V Premium Maintenance Free
High Frequency Onboard Charger, 120v 16-amp
Self-Adjusting Rack & pinion with Power Steering
Rust Inhibitor Coated Steel Frame
Lengthways Trailing Arm
Hydraulic Four Wheel Front Disc/Rear Drum
175/60R14 DOT Rated
Up to 25 MPH