The futuristic world of electric cars still lacks one of extreme luxury. If we want a sort of “Rolls Royce” of minicars, an exclusive product for multimillionaires who want to travel green without giving up status. The idea that will fill this market void came from Eyal Avramovich, a Polish entrepreneur of Israeli origin who has lived in Israel, China and Warsaw, where in 2017 he founded MineBest, a factory (a mine, in jargon) in Bitcoin. The minicar designed for the market of wealthy businessmen will be on the market in 2022 and will be named Leia Gabriel LUV (Luxury Urban Vehicle) after Avramovich’s two sons. LUV aims to be the smallest luxury electric vehicle in the world. It will allow you to cruise through crowded cities with performance from a blazoned car. It will go at a top speed of 160 kilometres, the entrepreneur himself called it “a private jet for the road”.
The data sheet describes the LUV as: “vehicle just 90 cm wide, but tall enough to allow comfortable interior living space for two passengers, placed one behind the other. It is finished with quilted leather, wood and digital displays.” Avramovich explains that the inspiration came to him in China, but the aim is always to keep the price as low as possible. “I thought of something a wealthy customer might want for his birthday instead.”