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UQM Unique Mobility Electrek EV | 1981 | Frontal Crash Test | NHTSA | CrashNet1
NHTSA Frontal Crash Test for 1981 UQM Technologies Electrek electric vehicle Impact Speed 30 MPH Thumbs up for the crash dummies! Do you think this vehicle is safe when compared to others in the same class? Please comment. More crash tests every week: Subscribe to CrashNet1! http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ikea55
CT&T City2 FULL REVIEW - Rare EV Review
What's up ya nerds, this is my 2010 CT&T EZONE CITY2, but it could be yours! Ebay Motors banned me for some reason so now it's on Craigslist: https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/cto/d/north-hollywood-rare-ev-ctt-ezone-city2/7468408260.html My other channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuuJpjHoMg1k8LbhpzUu7kg
Yale: The EV-1 Control System Service Training Tape
Hello! I know this isn't about the Unqiue Mobility Electrek but it is about a cool, old electric car! This tape was gifted to me by my grandfather who owns a truck that was made by Eaton Yale. Originally it was electric but has unfortunately been converted back to gas powered.
1971 Unique Mobility Shareholders Report
This report was for the 1971 sales year for Unique Mobility Inc. Interestingly you can hear references to the future Unique Mobility Electrek Uncar project that wouldn't be released until 1979. During 1971 Unique Mobility only produced dune buggies. Join our discord: https://discord.gg/KSnM3BJa3d
Dune Buggy | Ralph Harrison | Unique Mobility 1971
This song was commissioned by Unique Mobility Inc. Back in the 1970)s, Unique Mobility was well known for its manufacturing of dune buggies. This song references their most popular model, the bandit. The dune buggies built by Unique Mobility took a Volkswagen Beetle chassis and put a custom fiberglass top on. The cars sold for around $3,500 or $22,000 adjusted for inflation. After Unique Mobility stopped its production of dune buggies, they turned their attention to electric cars, which gave birth to the UM Electrek Uncar. You will learn much more bout those in our future videos. Join our discord: https://discord.gg/mMKyXpht
The History and Design of the Unique Mobility Electrek UnCar
We take a small break from the restoration to show the history and design of the UM Electrek! From building dune buggies in a small Colorado town to a ground-breaking production EV. The history of Unique Mobility is still being written as UQM, now Danfoss, still makes electric vehicle components for use all over the world. 00:00 - Introduction 01:15 - Founding Unique Mobility 06:35 - 1st EV Prototype 07:22 - 2nd EV Prototype 08:00 - The Electrek Design is Born 10:24 - Carroll Shelby and Lee Iacocca connection 11:36 - Body Styles, Performance and Sales 16:24 - 1984 Olympics Uniq Turbo Electrek film vehicle 16:55 - After UM Credit and mad props to @PlaidAF for doing sub-10 second 0-100-0 MPH in his Tesla Model S Plaid as shown in my video at 11:06. Awesome!
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