By Tom Riddle | 11 February 2018 06:30:33With a little more than a week to go before the new year, the Beka Smart Car has already set a new world record for the world’s smallest electric car.
Its predecessor, the electric Beko Electric Express that launched in March 2018, was also a record-holder at 718kg.
This new car’s predecessor, however, has already surpassed its predecessor in terms of battery capacity and capacity to travel.
The BEKA Smart Car also surpassed its previous record by just 0.1kg.
That’s because it has a total of 5,000Wh of lithium-ion battery capacity.
As with its predecessor, this car is powered by a 100kWh lithium-polymer battery pack.
The BEKA car has been tested on public roads in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.
It was built by the Dutch firm Beko Electronics, which specialises in electric vehicles.
The company says the BEKE car is “the first electric car that can travel on the road in an autonomous manner”.
“This is because the BEKOS electric car is equipped with two active driving modes, the first being ‘drive on all four wheels’, the second being ‘walk on all three wheels’,” it says.
The vehicle has been designed to be both quiet and quiet enough to be parked and to take passengers, and it can be used for both daily commuting and urban commuting.
The electric car has a range of 150km (93 miles) on a single charge and it is expected to reach a maximum speed of 120km/h (75mph) during a journey.
But the company has not disclosed the price of the BEKER, or BEKO Smart Car.