Video: Peugeot E-Ludix put to the test – who needs a car?

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It lacks two wheels and a roof, but you can take this scooter into the kitchen

Video: Peugeot E-Ludix put to the test - who needs a car?-peugeot

No car !!!! 1111! ONE !!! Outrageous, yes. However, it is not an ordinary scooter, but the Peugeot E-Ludix. He drives electrically and may be driven with a car driving license (or driving license class M).

Thanks to 35 Newton meters and only 88 kilos, it rushes forward extremely quickly.

Even if the E-Ludix is ​​new, the model without the "E" has been around for a while. The Ludix of the past was a model in the 50cc class. The petrol Ludix has sold 250,000 times in 15 years! A bestseller for the French. Electric scooters in general are not new territory for Peugeot either. In 1996 they brought out the Scoot'elec. The e-Vivacity followed in 2011.

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You can see in the video whether the latest model is convincing and whether you might leave the car behind. In any case, the E-Ludix is ​​straightforward to drive. Even those who have never had scooter experience will quickly come to terms with it. The battery weighs 11 kilos and can be removed for charging. The charger brings it to 2.25 kilos and is designed for 500 W / 9 A..

That means: loading at the household socket. A full charge there takes around four hours. 80 percent are achieved after three hours. Both the battery and the five-phase electric motor come from the supplier Bosch. An additional 12-volt battery powers the headlights. This means that you are not in the dark even with a short remaining range.

Picture gallery: Peugeot E-Ludix (2020)

Video: Peugeot E-Ludix put to the test - who needs a car?-e-ludix

Picture by: Fabian Grass

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