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Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon

Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped
Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped 85
Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped 85
Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped 85
Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped 85
Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped 85
Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped 85
Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped 85
Moto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped 85
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Range80 km
Charge Time8 hours
Power3 kW (4 hp)
PriceC$14.029πŸ’±
Customizable
Removable battery
made in Italy  

Specifications

BrandMoto Parilla
ModelUltra
Speed25 and 45 km/h
Power3 kW (4 hp)
Weight51 kg
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Battery Life1,000 cyclesβ„Ή
Range80 km
Charge Time8 hours
85% after 4 hours
 

The Ultra Carbon is an innovative electric bike/moped cross-over from the Italian brand Moto Parilla. The brand dates back to 1912 and was once a popular motorcycle and scooter brand in the USA (motoparilla.org).

The Ultra Carbon is a special version in the Carbon e-moped range. The moped is hand made including the electric motor and is customized. Each Ultra Carbon moped is a unique piece of art.

The Ultra Carbon has a powerful 3000 watt electric motor for a top speed above 80 km/h. The motor provides 200 Nm torque for fast acceleration. The motor is custom made by Moto Parilla.

The moped has a removable lithium battery.

The moped has two Alligator 380 mm front disc brakes with 8 calipers.

The moped can be customized including the design of the frame.

The moped is available in many colors and can be ordered online. The moped is shipped worldwide.

 

2021 Moto Parilla models

AnniversaryMoto Parilla Carbon Anniversary Edition 1000 watt e-moped 100
C$13.861
LiFePo4 (LFP)
80-80 km
UltraMoto Parilla Ultra Carbon 3000 watt e-moped 100
C$14.029
LiFePo4 (LFP)
80 km
MimeticaMoto Parilla Carbon Mimetica 750 watt e-moped 100
C$9.653
LiFePo4 (LFP)
80 km
Limited EditionMoto Parilla Carbon Limited Edition 750 watt e-moped 100
C$9.295
LiFePo4 (LFP)
80 km
 

Sales Department

MOTOSUV S.R.L.
Via Emile Zola 14
42122 Reggio Emilia (RE)
Italy

Phone: +39 340 2650 164
Email: info@motoparilla.it
Sales: motosuv@pec.it
Facebook Messenger: m.me/motoparillaofficial

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Collapse of Nature on Earth

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(2021) UN chief calls for bold action to end β€˜suicidal war with nature’
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