The company’s mission is to “change people’s perceptions and driving habits by making the electric car look stylish, timeless and sustainable”, the Tallinn-based Tehnopol Startup Incubator said. The company’s vehicles are upgradeable and recyclable.
“Although I knew the story of three-wheeled vehicles from both England and Germany, I also wanted to explore what else the future might hold,” Roman Muljar, the international entrepreneur behind the Nobe car, said in a statement, explaining his decision to make the car in Estonia. “Turns out, there are some amazing things already happening here in Estonia. Young Estonian engineers and researchers have already been hard at work, forging our electric future. There was no need for me to start from scratch.”