The iconic open-topped Mini Moke is officially returning to the US after a 40-year hiatus, but this time the highway-legal Moke Californian will be sporting an electric drivetrain with a 50-mph top speed and a per-charge range of 80 miles.
If you've been to the Caribbean, then chances are you've seen a Mini Moke. Built from 1964 to 1993, the diminutive open-top vehicle is still popular for use as a beach buggy. Now, French vehicle-design company Lazareth is offering a Moke replica that's amphibious.
Breathing new life into what was once a classic utility vehicle, Chinese auto manufacturer Chery Motors is bringing back the Moke. The new version designed by Michael Young retains many of its original design features in addition to updated mechanics and safety provisions.