Uniti One Configurator Up And Running, You Can Spec It Up To Nearly €26K

After announcing that UK pricing for the Uniti One EV will kick off from £15,100 ($19,043), government subsidy included, the Swedish brand has now launched its online configurator and is accepting deposits both from local buyers as well as from those in the UK.

Apparently, more than a thousand customers have already joined the waiting list, but it hasn’t been disclosed which types of configurations are the most popular.

We tried to max ours out by adding every available optional extra, from LED headlights to a heated driver’s seat, Comfort flooring, a six-speaker audio system, 24 kWh battery, Fast Charging (up to 22 kW), Mobileye, winter tires and air conditioning.

The total price came to €25,947 ($28,862 / £22,523), without subsidies – but you can configure your Uniti One by clicking here.

Also Read: Uniti One Electric Urban Prototype Unveiled With 300 Km Of Range

“We’re thrilled at the hugely positive response to our unique electric city car. As those who have been following our story will know, we’ve been quiet over the past few months, busy preparing for this moment, and are really excited to see the Uniti One on sale today,” stated the company’s CEO, Lewis Horne.

Customers placing 50% deposits before November 30 will be enrolled into Uniti’s Founders Club, where they will be eligible to receive all future software applications, updates and enhancements free of charge for life, as well as benefit from access to exclusive events, offers and services.

Apart from Sweden and the UK, the Uniti One will be available in more Northern European markets in the coming weeks, with first deliveries planned for mid-2020.

  • Bash

    God I really do love it.

  • HD

    I like this, but I prefer the cute looks of Microlino.

  • HD

    Also, why haven’t they thought about selling this cheaper with a 100-150 km range? 300 km is waay too much for the city, and as it’s a tiny car not many people will use it for longer trips.

    • Ken Lyns

      300 km range will be 150 km once you start using life-support systems like heating and A/C…

      • HD

        Not in a tiny cabin like that. It will decrease it by 10-20% max.

  • Paulbe

    This one I would seriously consider.

  • Mark Hawthorne

    Vaporware again. Those photoshops look like they were done by a 10 year old.

    • HD

      It’s not. Do a minimal research.

      • Westerlund

        They have produced a concept car 2017, that they had to push on stage at their presentation. It has been displayed in some videos but never test driven by anyone but the team for promotional videos.
        So far the the production car has only been displayed as renderings. I believe the plan from Uniti (which now is only a handful people in Sweden) is to let an engineering firm (Pangean Engineering) produce a few cars, utilizing the 50% deposits from the founders series. This to get the ball rolling and finance the future plant. Which is yet to be seen. Has been announced to be planned in Landskrona Sweden, Silverstone UK, Austrailia, Ukraine.


    • Ken Lyns

      Probably marketed it as “cement” like the Toyota trucks and suddenly got people excited.


  • HD

    Most people drive 30km per day in cities, so even 150km would be sufficient for weekly charge. The amount of charging possibilities is increasing every day.

  • bryceee

    Needs a name change as the the current one is a bit daft.
    Mr Clarkson would call this ~
    ” The Threesome “

  • Westerlund

    Article in Swedish about financial problems:
    “The company has also
    been indebted to the Crown Prosecutor’s Office in 2018 and 2019, in
    total there are nine payment remarks of SEK 1.3 million. Among other
    things, the company misapplied its tax payments.

    In addition, the company has recently received fines from the Swedish
    Companies Registration Office, since they have ignored submitting an
    annual report in accordance with the Accounting Act. They have already
    received a fine of SEK 10,000. The annual report would have been
    submitted on July 31, but the Swedish Companies Registration Office has
    not yet received it.”


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