The Arcimoto FUV Electric Vehicle Is Here. Will It Revolutionize City Travel? Posted on September 26, 2019 Arcimoto chicago hotels city dallas hotels Electric FUV hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property Revolutionize travel travel vlog vacation vehicle 25 thoughts on “The Arcimoto FUV Electric Vehicle Is Here. Will It Revolutionize City Travel?” This thing will not survive a zombie apocalypse.Reply Just haveing a difficult time waiting for my pre order FUV to be in driveway with the keys in my pocket……Reply Man I’m so glad you guys made it to production. Been following a long time. One of these days I’ll be adding one of these to my garageReply Would customers need a motorcycle license to buy one in the US?Reply The idea that we need two seats and three wheels to get around is crazy. Electric Unicycles are the sensible, environmentally responsible option.Reply You’re speaking in an American accent again!Reply I would love to have one but will have to wait for thr price to come downReply I didn't see it on this video, the but single gullwing style door model I have seen elsewhere is one sexy little beast!Reply Top speed 75 mph, Range 100 miles, cost $20,000(?). In case anyone was wondering.Reply When you try throw shade at Tesla and the answer us "it is a beautiful machine and it smoked all the opposition". Damn another Tesla fan boy😭😭😭😭😭 why not just leave Tesla alone and keep on track with your mission of cleaner greener energy?Reply I have a hard time just getting my landlord to give me enough space in the garage for a single-track motorcycle – otherwise, I'd seriously look into this for myself. I could see this being a practical tool for schlepping around town and the Greater Bay Area.Reply I believe that $19,000 starting price is an excellent place to be for this type of EV. This fills a badly needed market segment and they should do well.Reply finally a practical electric fun utility vehicle! I want one!Reply I do like you .. and I’m 100% with you excited about this new transport..but what is happening to your accent.😬Reply Great addition to our optionsReply I can’t wait to order mine!Reply Two front wheels! Tall! Aerodynamics not great = what were they thinking? The worst is the reversed delta layout. Having two front wheels, the CG will be too close to the rear wheel, making it prone to oversteer. What they have done right is not putting two doors on it like the Twizzy, well because it is not completely enclosed, but Renault is even more stupid than this design.Reply The "huge army of Tesla fans" that you mentioned do NOT "view any other mobility solutions as a failure". That is a false narrative and unsubstantiated. Your posting and twitter universe does NOT represent the vast majority of Tesla fans. Please be a little more careful about making broad statements which are not really true and paint a false picture. Thanks.Reply If Arcimoto wants to survive they need to iterate fast. Level 2 charging compatibility which means thermal management (use the frame as a heat sink?). Insisting that it's only for short trips limits your market. If I'm going to be delivering pizza in one of these from 4 to midnight every day fast charge is a must as full discharge is bad for longevity. Heated seats. Doors with windows that open. A way to hold your shopping in the back seat without going for the cargo version. If you could safely strap a surfboard to one of these that's a sizeable market as well.Reply Great commuter car. The only real issue would be parking in Manhattan, which is always a challenge. It is, however, nice to see something like this finally come to production, unlike the Elio which has yet to materialize.. Perhaps Arcimoto's success will add impetus to Elio's efforts as this is an extremely competitive category after all.Reply I fully support smaller vehicles. The SUV craze is simply not sustainable. It is tragic that the new small electric Honda and VW will not even be offered for sale here.Reply Very well done interview Nikki! I have followed Archimoto's progress for a couple of years now. Overall take is that the base FUVs will carve out a niche in rental fleets in fair weather resort/ destination areas…Tahoe,Yosemite,San Fran,Mission Viejo, etc. What a blast bopping around for a day, with the world open around you! Book my rental, I'm in. BTW, I own a Tesla, and WANT all EV brands to succeed, not fail!!!Reply If your low volume cost is 2/3rds of a Harley Livewire and blows it out of the water usefulness-wise, then it's already a win.Reply What happens if one of those 7 seat SUVs runs over you? How do you spell squashed? JBReply I like the concept but know that it’s not for me. I agree that wanting a big 7 seater suv or full size pickup as a commuter car is ridiculous. I prefer smaller vehicles myself and favor things like Toyota’s Corolla, Yaris or CH-R. But I really do hope this company succeeds and helps to increase popularity of electric in the “fun” market.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.