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The powertrain, including the batteries, motor and electronic controls, comes straight from Zero, so it’s all proven. The chassis is based on Ural’s one-wheel-drive $21,780 CT model, and the styling remains resolutely classic.
With direct drive from motor to the shaft-driven rear wheel and maximum torque at zero rpm, the brisk acceleration is said to be most un-Ural-like. Currently at the proof-of-concept stage, Ural says it would take two years to go into production and any would-be owners can register their interest at www.imz-ural.com.au/electric/