Swedish automotive startup Uniti has finally slapped a price on its first commercial creation, the all-electric Uniti One.
The compact city car is slated to reach its first customers next year, and with a couple of battery options will be capable of covering up to 300 km (186 mi) on each charge. The Uniti One started out as a crowdfunding campaign back in 2016, and then took to the streets for the first time midway through last year. There have been a few design tweaks along the way. The two-seat configuration has given way to a three-seat layout, with a centrally located driver’s seat up front and a split-folding rear seat for two adults at the back. This allows for some flexibility in how owners use the space, with a total of 760 L (200 gal) of usable cargo space when the rear bench is folded flat.
Prices start at £15,100 (US$19,000) for the Uniti One, though that figure includes a £3,500 UK Government subsidy. The first deliveries are planned for Sweden and the UK in 2020.