The original and very Italian Teener was born near Varese, an electric quadricycle that can be driven even without a license and benefits from the advantages and limitations of vehicles registered as mopeds. This time it is not the “usual” car to which the heat engine has been removed and the electric one inserted, but a project designed and made to measure by a company specializing in the construction of electric motors. It was precisely the creation of a particularly effective and performing electric motor that led to the birth of Movitron and, after two years of projects and tests, to the launch of the Teener. The idea arises from the characteristics of electric propulsion vehicles and from the regulatory landscape, which provides for the possibility of registering as mopeds vehicles capable of carrying up to two people, which do not weigh more than 300 kg (in the case of electric vehicles batteries excluded) and a maximum speed not exceeding 45 km / h. According to the Movitron designers, these characteristics go perfectly with the “qualities” of current electric motors and also with the actual need for mobility in our cities.
The batteries are lead-gel and power a 4 kw brushless motor, the disc brakes are front and drum behind, the dimensions are 3210x1240x1520. The bodywork and interiors are customizable, while great attention has been paid to safety: the frame is made of steel with a safety cell for the occupants, anti-intrusion bars are inserted in the doors, the front is collapsible and the steering column returns in case of an accident. Last but not least, the Teener has the maximum speed set electronically, so it is practically impossible to intervene on the control unit and “process” the vehicle, which unfortunately happens with a certain frequency in the case of quadricycles with internal combustion engines.