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Aixam is a French light vehicle manufacturer based in Aix-les-Bains . Founded in 1983, the company produces light vehicles in the factory of the bankrupt manufacturer Arola . Aixam currently produces the Aixam A.777 series (equipped with Kubota diesel engines).
In contrast to other small cars, in some countries the car can be driven without a car driver's license or with a moped driver's license. The vehicles are not registered as cars, but as light vehicles, category L7e.
Since 1992 a number of vehicles have been manufactured under the brand name "Mega". The 1992 Mega Track was a sports car with up to 12 cylinders. The recreational vehicles Mega Club and Mega Ranch based on Citroën were produced in several engine versions as petrol and diesel from 37 kW (50 HP) to 55 kW (75 HP). Since 2003 the small truck Multitruck and since 2011 the slightly larger eWorker have been produced.
Mega e-City electric
Aixam has been producing the MEGA e-City in Aix-les-Bains in the south of France as an electric vehicle since March 2007 . Until the end of 2008, the vehicle was built exclusively for the London market as a right-hand drive. The small car has up to four seats. The maximum speed of the vehicle is 64 kilometers per hour, the range is 60 to 80 kilometers. The new price is € 20,000 gross.
Since the end of 2010, the Mega e-City has also been offered with a lithium-ion battery . At the same top speed, the range increases to 100 km. The new price is € 28,000 gross.
Pictures of the Aixam series
Distribution in Germany
There are two parallel sales networks in Germany. These are provided by LEICHTMOBILE GmbH & CO KG and ISEKI Maschinen GmbH with their respective affiliated dealers and service companies.
In addition, DRIVE-Carsharing GmbH has added several vehicles in the cities of Düsseldorf, Cologne and Braunschweig to its vehicle fleet.
- Aixam MEGA e-City electric car with 100% electric drive ( Memento from March 11, 2010 in the Internet Archive )
- New products at Mondial L'Automobile in Paris 2010. (No longer available online.) October 2010, archived from the original on July 21, 2012 ; Retrieved August 20, 2012 .
- Electric “car”: Driving report Mega e-City. In: Motor-Talk.de. July 8, 2011, accessed August 20, 2012 .