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Kewet is an electric vehicle currently manufactured by Kollega Bil in Oslo, Norway.


The car seats two, has a range of typically 50 to 70 km between charges, with a top speed of 75 km/h, The chassis is made of galvanized steel and the shell is made of GRP.


The Kewet was originally developed and produced in Hadsund Denmark in the period 1991 to 1995. Production moved to Nordhausen Germany for a while, but there were problems, and it was later relocated back to Hadsund. Production rights were then acquired by Kollega Bil in 1998.


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  • http://www.kewet.com/
  • http://www.kewet-usa.com/

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BOARD MEETING DATE: October 11, 1996 AGENDA NO. 5 (331 words)
In June 1995, the Board approved the purchase of a Kewet El-Jet EV from Green Motorworks of North Hollywood.
Find that the Kewet El-Jet electric vehicle (Vehicle No. 38574) is not required for public use and approve its sell-back and deletion from the AQMD’s equipment inventory.
On June 9, 1995, the Board approved the purchase of a Kewet El-Jet 3 electric vehicle from Green Motorworks of North Hollywood.
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