The 2Five, which is claimed to meet the standards mandated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and additional standards of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) for low-speed vehicles (LSV), is manufactured in Augusta, Georgia, at E-Z-GO’s world headquarters.

The vehicle is powered by a 48V AC electric powertrain, which in addition to eliminating the use of hazardous fuel and oil, is claimed to require less energy to operate than traditional DC-powered EVs.

Another feature of the EV is regenerative braking which is used to put energy back into the vehicle’s batteries whenever brakes are applied, which according to the company helps to maintain a smooth driving experience between battery charges.

2Five comes with an on-board solid-state battery charger and a charge meter that indicates the amount of power left in the batteries.

It also features four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes for braking and vehicle control, a windshield that acts as automotive safety glass, a complete automotive lighting package, including headlights, taillights, brake lights and turn signals and a switch on the dash which limits the speed of the vehicle to 14mph when required.