This is a 1966 VW Microbus that has been converted into an electric vehicle by Zelectric.
Currently, it’s available as a fundraiser on Omaze, meaning, there’s going to be someone who gets to win this bus along with twenty thousand dollars in cash for a road trip.
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1966 Zelectric VW Microbus EV Conversion
This is a fully electric-powered 1966 VW Microbus.
It has been built out by Zelectric, a company that turns older cars into electric vehicles.
This custom-built electric vehicle has upgrade3d power steering, a rearview camera, regenerative braking, LED headlights and taillights, an Alpine sound system with Bluetooth, and more.
It’s RWD and features an electric motor coupled with a 32 kWh Tesla battery.
This retro van seats up to 7 people.
You can charge using an AC cord or a J1772 charge port for faster charging at power stations.
The van has a top speed of about 100 mph, a range of about 85 miles, and about 100hp of power on the electric motor.
Omaze is actually giving this van away using a fundraiser. The winner wins the electric 1966 VW Microbus from Zelectric (even taxes and shipping are covered), plus, $20,000 in cash.
- 1966 VW Microbus
- Converted to fully electric by Zelectric
- Retro and classic style
- Tesla batteries coupled to an electric motor
- USB charge ports
- Rearview camera
- Fundraising closes Jan 27, 2021
- Winner announced Feb 10, 2021
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