Virto S: Easy, quiet and sustainable way to move yourself through the greenhouse

After the launch of the Virto, M-Products North America now introduce the Virto S. The new Virto S is more rugged and robust than the Virto. The innovative electric tricycle is driven while standing up and therefore offers surprisingly good visibility during today’s busy traffic. The tricycles can be used in all sectors, especially in the horticulture sector.

The high quality Virto S is developed in the Netherlands and manufactured in North America. It is safe, easy to ride, highly stable even on rough terrain, has a top speed set at 25 km/h (16 mph) and has a driving range of up to 90 km (56 miles) each charge.

The Virto S is agile, environmentally friendly, emit no toxic fumes, is quiet and charging and maintenance is economical.

Technical specifications Virto S:
  • Driving range up to 90 km (56 miles) each charge
  • Maximum speed: 25 km/h (16 mph)
  • Wheelbase 100 cm
  • Standing height 22cm
  • Weight 88 KG
  • Powder coated steel frame and body
  • Front wheel drive DC Hub motor 1200W
  • Key locked sealed batteries: Lithium Iron Phosphate (Ion) 48V 10Ah
  • Pneumatic wheels Ø 410 (16’’)
  • Hydraulic disc brakes

Curious about the new Virto S, technical specifications and other benefits?
Watch the video above to get a great impression about the Virto S and visit for further information.

For more information
M-Products North America
Arie Barendregt
4640 Falletta Court
Beamsville, ON L0R 1B4
T: +1 (905) 563-0031
F: +1 (905) 563-0311

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