Scoobic: Nifty electric three-wheelers for last-mile deliveries

CEO and founder Jose María Gómez Marquez © Scoobic Urban Mobility

Traveling up to 100 km on a single battery charge, Scoobic’s EVs, with delivery capacities of vans, is a sustainable solution to traffic jams and parking restrictions

While e-commerce giants like Amazon have revolutionized shopping habits worldwide, they remain dependent on gas and diesel-powered vehicles for deliveries. Although more last-mile deliveries are switching to electric-powered bikes and carts, their low load capacities mean they are less cost-efficient. Andalusian startup Scoobic Urban Mobility’s solution is its compact three-wheel EVs that can travel up to 100 km on just one fully charged battery.  Founded in Seville, a traditional vehicle engineering hub and home to Airbus and Renault plants, Scoobic’s EVs also have temperature-controlled...
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