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Powering into the future

Powering into the future


Eco Charger Quads, the UK’s leading designers/manufacturers of Electric All Terrain Vehicles (EATV’s) are excited to be launching their two new ‘Lithium Powered’ quad bikes at the Low Emission Vehicle Expo 2020 held on March 3rd & 4th at the East of England Arena.

The new models are the Lithium PURE, a 72volt, 2WD bike – the first of a planned ‘work specific’ range and the Lithium POWER, an extremely robust 4WD workhorse.

Although based on Eco Charger’s successful Dominator and Eliminator 2 bikes, the new models represent far more than a change to power supply and a re-badging exercise!

The Eco Charger team have spent an intensive 12 months thoroughly exploring the potential for Lithium power supply whilst applying their unique blend of ‘engineering & design alchemy’ to create two very purposeful vehicles incorporating a host of new features within strikingly attractive bodywork. The result across the Lithium Range has been to achieve weight reduction, extended range, increased torque, improved towing capacity, higher top speeds, long battery longevity with faster charging plus most importantly improved off-road capability.

Eco Charger’s Founder/Director Fred Chugg comments,

‘Lithium power sources have most definitely come of age and represent a natural progression for Eco Charger and although there is a small additional cost consideration for customers, there are very definite advantages that come through the resulting improvements to power/weight ratio such as extended range and increased towing capacity.

The Lithium powered vehicles have been carefully engineered to maximise these and other benefits. Furthermore to underpin our noted ‘green credentials’ the Lithium battery packs themselves are supplied by Aceleron Energy, an award winning ‘clean technology’ company whose products have a unique reputation for sustainability and recyclability and who have worked closely with us to ensure the perfect power solution.’

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