Uniti has unveiled its first product, the Uniti One electric car during an event at the company's production facility in Landskrona, Sweden. The car is said to have a battery pack of 22 kWh and can go 185 miles on a charge. Charging the carbon fiber car for a 125-mile drive takes a half hour, according to the developers. The top speed is 80 mph. The steering, gas and brakes can be operated with a steering wheel or with a touchscreen and joystick. The car will cost from SEK 145,000 ($17,200) to a fully equipped version at SEK 199,000 ($23,600). Prior to the launch event in Landskrona, about 1,000 non-binding pre-orders had been made. The delivery start is estimated for 2019.
Based in Landskrona, the startup company's mission statement is "to design, produce and bring to the mass market, ultra-modern, high-performance, premium electric cars."
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