Already familiar with the gas-powered version, Schwoerer notes that the conversion is quite well done with a professional finish and engineered, unlike others, to retain use of the back seat as well as the trunk. The driving experience offered up by ev'ie seemed similar to the original with a more relaxing noise-less atmosphere and perhaps even a more solid feel. Clearly no Tesla, the acceleration was adequate, though fast hills had it "wheezing" a bit and its 60 mph top speed clearly marked the little electric as a city car. Summed up, the writer thought the ev'ie was a reasonable piece of work for the chaps in Hertfordshire to have put together and that it "throws mud in the face of most of the major car makers." If you're in Copenhagen, bored with limos, and want to try an ev'ie for yourself, they are available from the rental company Sixt.
[Source: The Truth About Cars]