Zoom Uphill® is an electric all-terrain vehicle built for recreational use. It has a permanent symmetrical 4-wheel drive designed for use in rough terrain. The patented frame design ensures that all four wheels stay in contact with the ground regardless of the type of surface. This provides continuous 4-wheel drive performance under all conditions.
Zoom Uphill® has a maximum speed of 12 mph and is suitable for use where one generally can walk without climbing. If local laws permit use on sidewalks, a “walking pace” of 3 mph should be maintained. Lights at the front and rear and a bell are recommended for safe use.
U.S. veterans can apply for a Zoom at The Independence Fund. If approved for a Zoom you will be contacted to arrange for a Zoom test drive near you.
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Permanent symmetrical 4-wheel drive
Hub motors: 4 three phase 0-vxl [forward/reverse]
Maximum speed: 20 km/h [12 mph]
Acceleration: 0-20 km/h [less than 2 seconds]
Torque: 4 x 29 Nm [app. 120 Nm in total]
Batteries: 2 x 48V / 10Ah [LiFePO4 Battery Cells]
Theoretical maximum range: 40 km [25 miles]
Number of charging cycles: >800
Charging time: approx. 2-4 hours
Weight: 75 kg [150 pounds]
Ground clearance: 180 mm [7 inches]
Length with foot plate folded: 1.350 mm [53 inches]
Length with foot plate unfolded: 1.200 mm [47 inches]
Hight with steering lowered: 770 mm [30 inches]
Width: 750 mm [30 inches]
Track width, center/center: 650 mm [26 inches]
Tires 16×2.5” air-rubber tire with cross tread pattern
Speed control: Motorcycle-style twist grip or thumb control
Brakes: Two-circuit hydraulic, 160 mm disk brake system
Accessories: Cruise control
Recommended maximum weight of driver: 100 kg [220 lbs]
Rubber insert for seat (for child or very thin adult)
Adaptation for children (Lowered maximum top speed, shorter distance to foot plate, rubber insert for seats)
Extension of foot plate (for those of you who are tall)
Shift of twist grip/thumb control from right to left handlebar