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Falco: The first electric car from Austria should come in 2023 – maybe with Tesla support

Electric car from Alveri from Austria should be called Falco. (Image: Alveri)
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The startup Alveri wants to build Austria’s first electric car with Falco. So far, however, there isn’t even a prototype. When it comes to manufacturing, they want to rely on partners like VW or Tesla.

The Upper Austrian startup Alveri, which was founded in 2019 and specializes in e-mobility, wants In 2022, the world’s first charging robot for electric cars, Charbo, will be launched on the market. Only one year later, Falco, Austria’s first electric car, is due to hit the market. However, this currently only exists as a concept. A moving prototype is to be presented in the coming year.

Falco: E-car should have a range of 590 kilometers

The Alveri founders Ehsan and Jakob Zadmard have the Falco for use in fleets and designed for car sharing, as the standard writes. The electric car should come in the form of a station wagon and not, as is currently popular, as a crossover or SUV. The four-wheel drive car is said to be 4.75 meters long. The range is given as around 590 kilometers. A capacity of 80 kilowatt hours is planned for the battery. The charger comes with an output of 250 watts. Your own smartphone should serve as a key – and maybe even as a speedometer.

It is not yet known where and by whom Falco will be produced. The only thing that is clear is that Alveria is relying on the support of an established e-car manufacturer and their external platform. Tesla, VW and Canoo were named as potential partners. Production should preferably take place in Austria. In addition, the Zadmard brothers plan that their electric car can be revised after the first life cycle and put on the market again. Goal: Recycle and thus reduce the need for raw materials in the long term.

Startup wants to sell electric car for 50,000 euros

Alveri calls for his Falco- Car to around 50,000 euros. As part of a subscription model, EUR 490 per month should alternatively be charged. It remains to be seen whether the startup from Ried im Innkreis will actually be able to bring a prototype onto the market and into series production within just two years. Several startups, some of them financially strong, have already had to painfully experience the challenges that the restart in the e-car sector presents. Only Lucid and Tesla are mentioned here.

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