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The Original platform v.2.2.

Our original platform is one of the keys to our success, as it lays out the foundation for how the vehicle performs and operates. It was first launched in version 1.0. with two motors back in 2011. In 2015 we did a major upgrade and launched version 2.0. In 2020, we are launching version 2.2. with several new, important and longed for upgrades. 

News in 2020

L7e category available

This is a brand new option with Paxster. You can now choose between Light and Heavy quadricycles (L6e vs. L7e). The L7e Heavy Quadricycle provides higher torque and lets you drive at a maximum of 60 km/h. As part of this development, we have also increased the maximum payload on both heavy and light vehicles from 200kg to 240kg

Automatic parking brake

Once you get off the saddle seat, the vehicle automatically locks the rear wheels. Once you are back in, and turn the throttle, it automatically deactivates. Its as simple as that. This is also a heandy feature in hill-starts. 

New brake system

We introduce a brand new brake system. Expect 3 – 5 time the life expectancy of the 2.0. system.

Large drum brakes on the rear axle and increased brake discs and calipers on the front axle ensure a durable brake system that will provide powerful and reliable braking force for many years.

Brake pedal

Our vehicles now come standard with a brake pedal that works on all four wheels. For easy operation, we have also kept the left hand brake lever, that operates the front brakes and SenseBrake system (rear wheel brake). 

New display

A large display with plenty of new information to make driving even smoother. See when you regenerate energy back to the batteries, gear selector, motor temperature, detailed battery status, energy indicator and any fault-codes. 

On-board charger

We have switched to an on-board charger that makes charging that much easier. Read more about our easy requirements on charging infrastructure, range and batteries. 

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This is a brilliant feature. When force is applied on any of the brake inputs, a pressure sensor inside the brake line will monitor how much force is applied, and apply regenerative braking force that corresponds with the desired braking level. 

This will save significant wear and is great for the environment. 

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Great design features:

Our unique platform is designed together with industry-leading customers, suppliers and ergonomists in order to optimize our line of products for the job to done. Our DNA. The reason why our customers and drivers love their vehicles. 

A narrow platform

The narrow platform means our vehicle is agile in terms navigating tight areas, obstables etc. Reach drop-off points easy without leaving the vehicle and blend in with the public without issues.

An even narrower floor section makes going in and out up to several hundred times per day easy and ergonimic. 

All contributing to saving time per stop. 

Handlebar steering

The Paxster features a handlebar instead of a steering wheel. That invites to a more active driving style while at the same time reducing time spent handling the vehicle on narrow places. 

This is helpful when navigating close to drop-off points, and help save time. 

Saddle seat

Similar to the handlebar steering, a saddle seat invites to a more active driving style. It also significantly improves your posture and facilitates a “sliding” movement upon going in and out – instead of the climbing in and out of a van. Again, this also help save time on the stops requiring you to leave the vehicle. 

No doors

It may sound obvious. And it is. But not having to open doors or windows saves a lot of time and bodily strain. 

What may come as a suprise is that customers also report lower sick-leave rates due to this design feature. Instead of moving between hot and cold-zones, you dress correctly and avoid beeing sick.

Front cargo area

Re-fill the front cargo area from the rear cargo box. This significantly improved productivity, since the time spent finding and reaching for your goods upon drop-offs are reduced. 

It is also far more ergonomic compared to leaning over or turning your body towards the passenger seat of a car. 

This is also a major contributor towards the lowered sick-leave rates and why our drivers love their vehicles.