A unique combination of compact dimensions, a tight turning circle, high load capacity and maximum cargo space. What’s more, the chassis can support interchangeable bodies to suit demand and requirements without compromising on any of these features. One vehicle – multiple bodies.
UP TO 260 KM
1.40 m wide | 3.70 m long | 1.90 m high
2 Euro pallets + tool box | Up to 4.5 m³ loading volume
VAN BODY | TARP | FLATBED | CUSTOMIZED – WHAT YOU NEED IS WHAT YOU GET
How do you achieve maximum cargo space and maximum cab comfort while keeping size to a minimum? With ingenious engineering.
TROPOS MOTORS EUROPE GmbH, a subsidiary of MOSOLF Group, has unveiled its fully electric compact utility vehicle. The Tropos ABLE is geared towards serviceability, versatility and connectivity.
Lightweight electric utility vehicles have never been so efficient. Our Tropos ABLE is built to impress and fine-tuned to perfection. The interchangeable bodies can be swapped in just a few minutes. It’s small in size, but high on cargo volume and capacity. This makes it the ideal multi-purpose vehicle for all sorts of applications and locations.
The chassis, developed and tested in-house, boasts a lightweight, modular and balanced structure to increase the vehicle’s performance, efficiency, durability and versatility. Thanks to their compact design and tight turning circle, our electric utility vehicles can be put to so many different uses – without producing engine noise or exhaust fumes. The Tropos ABLE: a climate solution for the here and now.
Is your battery flat? No power in sight? If Tropos Motors Europe has its way, these concerns will soon be a thing of the past. The electric utility vehicle manufacturer from Herne, Germany, is testing integrated solar power facilities in its vehicle box bodies. Thanks to this forward-looking technology, it should soon be possible for operators to use the Tropos ABLE models regardless of whether they have any contact with external sources of electricity; this will also significantly increase the vehicles’ range. The pilot project starts at the end of June and will initially continue for four months.
Electricity instead of pizza: A Stuttgart start-up is planning to introduce a mobile charging service next year. This is to complement the network of already existing charging stations from other providers and to facilitate the search for a free charging station for drivers of e-cars.
Herne, 10 March 2021 – Promoting climate-friendly logistics within the network: Tropos Motors has now become an active member of the German Logistics Association “Bundesvereinigung Logistik” (BVL). The subsidiary of the MOSOLF Group provides an eco-friendly solution for city logistics, delivery services and factory traffic with its electric compact utility vehicles.