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E-ATV VIZSLA at DSEI 2021

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The first all-electric Quad bike offering the capability required by military operators was launched at DSEI 2021 by a partnership between two world leading UK based all-terrain vehicle specialists – Supacat, developer of ‘Jackal’ and special forces vehicles, and Eco Charger, the world leading manufacturer of electric Quad bikes.


The E-ATV (Electric-All Terrain Vehicle), ‘Vizsla’, is based on Eco Charger’s latest top of the range Lithium Prestige 4WD Quad ‘workhorse’, which is capable of speeds up to 65km/h. The two UK companies collaborated to modify the E-ATV for military operations including achieving a range extension to over 150km.

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