FOR THE EV INDUSTRY
676 km Range Extender
To be competitive with TESLA and not rely on its own charging stations, FOX is continuing to work with MIA Partner MAGNUM PIREX AG in Germany to solve the second most important issue facing the EV car: the range.
Thanks to MAGNUM’s Technological expertise, FOX AUTOMOTIVE plans to offer a vehicle capable of 676 km autonomy on a single charge by 2018.
MIA MAGNUM is planning to participate in a world electric marathon of 80 days taking the MIA through America, Europe and Asia. Focusing on revolutionary fuel cell technology, the increased autonomy forecasts the possibility of long trips with an electric car in the near future.
MIA MAGNUM is planning to participate in a world electric marathon of 80 days taking the MIA through America, Europe and Asia. Focusing on revolutionary fuel cell technology, the increased autonomy forecasts the possibility of long trips.
VEHICLES by FOX
The mia is conceived to simplify urban and suburban driving. It is a common-sense car, with a range of innovative solutions to make daily life easier. Ultra-compact, silent, economical, zero-emissions, and with a range of up to 125 km, the mia is ideal for taking your children to school each day, going to work, doing the shopping or heading off for a week-end drive.
CITELEC can meet varying needs of multiple customer bases at an affordable price for payload of 600kg. The Citelec platform can support local delivery needs with its spacious van box, and is available in 9 different configurations.
C-ZEN is unlike anything you have seen before. Just one glance and you will be intrigued. This ca car never fails to impress. Its 2 seater and 540L space to load. C-Zen captures your imagination with its sophisticated personality and dynamic curves. Its exterior lines are both clean and strong.
Y - CART
"A fleet of bathtub-size four-wheelers started hitting the streets here last year, to better transport the little bottles of the yellow-colored yogurt drinks South Koreans have long consumed to aid their health." - Wall Street Journal, April 3 2016 New Yogurt mobiles in South Korea Cause a Stir