Dartz finally revealed the JO-MOJO. This is an electric version of their bulletproof Roadster. Its design was modified with the help of the Gray Design. The model has as base the pseudo-KAPSULA technology and has the appearance that would scare any possible competitor. It features patented bullet wheels, chameleon paint job and specially made seats that transform it into a really party-starter. The wide front wheel placement gives the car fantastic handling characteristics and also ensures a smooth ride. What you do not know about the JO-MOJO is that it has a retractable cover that hides a flexible solar cell created by Sidrabe. The cover locks the car and charges it up while it stands in the Mediterranean sun. Its electric motor is able to produce 80 horsepower and 90 lb. ft. of torque. It can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 9.5 seconds and it can reach a top speed of 125 mph.
DARTZ is proud to present the Jo-MOJO - an electric version of their bulletproof Roadster, redesigned in their second collaboration with Eduard Gray of Gray Design.
Following the robust tradition of armored vehicles from Dartz, this lightly armored road rocket takes armored transport to a new level. This open topped roadster, based on a pseudo-KAPSULA technology platform of it's bigger brothers, has the presence and attitude to start a fight with even it's most notorious rivals. Patented bullet wheels, chameleon paint job and custom seating ensure this pint sized mischief maker will be as individual as it's owner.
Fun and Sun
The Jo-Mojo has been designed for the streets of the Cote d'Azur and comes armed with a personality that will light up any party. The compact format, low center of gravity and wide front wheel placement give the car fantastic handling characteristics and ensure a smooth ride around the twist and turns of the Blue Coast and the maneuverability to make sure you're never late for a party.
A hidden bonus on the Jo-Mojo is the retractable cover that incorporates a flexible solar cells created by former Soviet space manufacturers, Sidrabe. The cover locks the car and charges it up while it stands in the Mediterranean sun and comes with the option of adding extra batteries in the event of a longer excursion through the Provencal mountains.
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