Revoltz is a joint venture between Medigus, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Charging Robotics Ltd., and Amir Zaid and Weijian Zhou, the founders of EMuze, a privately held company that designs and develops electric micro-mobility vehicles. Revoltz’ focus is developing EVs to meet the demands of commercial users and mission-specific designs, including full workday single charge, heavy-duty and rigid operations, Hop-on-Hop-off modes, off-road travel and a low cost of operation.
Revoltz successfully completed the preliminary design and functional prototype of Model One, its micromobility vehicle for last mile and food delivery.
Model One, based on Revoltz’ modular micro mobility platform, is designed to facilitate efficient delivery of smaller items in urban environments while maintaining low and immediate transportation costs.
A three-wheeled chassis with a wide platform design provides maximum safety for the rider as well as complete mobility in imperfect road conditions. The Model One design includes two loading surfaces, front and rear, each of which can be used flexibly with interchangeable modules, depending on the customer’s needs. The model is designed to carry two-and-a-half times the cargo as a traditional scooter.