February 20, 2024

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Orders have begun for an IKEA car – at a surprise price

Orders have begun for an IKEA car – at a surprise price

A startup is following the path charted by IKEA, offering its car in pieces.

So far, products that the user must gathering In order to be able to use it, they were mainly interested in furniture available through chain stores IKEA type.

However, consumers will need to find a screwdriver themselves if they purchase one Small car Swedish Startup Luvly Which they launched at a price 10,000 euros A purely electric two-seater car, which the user will assemble himself.

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The small car is called Luvly 0 and consists of: 250 pieces Which once packaged is delivered to the buyer, they will be the one to be contacted Giving…shape to his new car.

Lovely 0 has Length 2.7 m.With a width of 1.53 meters and a height of 1.44 meters, it is characterized by its very small dimensions, without lagging behind in transportation capabilities, with Luggage compartment To reach 267 litres.

Lovely 0

Information about the power of the electric motor has not been announced, but the maximum speed has been reached 90 km/h, The battery with an energy capacity of 6.4 kWh is removable and guarantees up to Range 110 km.

As for the interior design, it is particularly simple, with a small digital screen above the steering wheel as a dashboard, but without an infotainment system, with the role of the radio “played” by the car. smart phone From the user.

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Lovely 0

At the same time, the manufacturer has created a mobile application, through which the user can do many things remote settings, Such as locking doors and Locate his car, But also to be aware of the condition of his car, including the remaining power in the battery.

Lovely 0

As reported by international media, those interested can He appears the interesting Them to Luvly 0 through it website Of the Swedish company, although it is not clear when it will put its wheels on the asphalt.

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