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LIUX unveils the final design of the GEKO urban two-seater

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By Daniel JimengarPublished about a month ago 3 min read

LIUX has revealed the final design of its second prototype, the LIUX GEKO, set to hit the market in 2025 once investment milestones are achieved.

The Spanish startup focused on sustainable mobility is renowned for its innovation in design, modularity, and use of natural materials. Their goal is to position the GEKO as the most sustainable vehicle on the market and the best-performing car in the L7 category (light urban vehicles).

LIUX was created to transform the automotive industry into a cleaner and more environmentally friendly sector. The company is tackling the challenge of creating sustainable and zero-emission vehicles, both in their use and in their manufacturing and distribution.

The LIUX GEKO is a two-seater with an innovative body made of flax fiber, modular batteries, and outstanding performance.

"With the GEKO, we are ushering in a new era where sustainability, design, and efficiency are tangible realities. This vehicle is the result of years of experimentation and research," says Antonio Espinosa, CEO of LIUX.

LIUX GEKO: A leap in sustainable urban mobility

Combining aesthetics and functionality, the GEKO stands out with its visible flax body. The unique composite made from natural fibers and recyclable resins not only minimizes the vehicle's carbon footprint but also sets a new standard in design.

The GEKO features a body made of natural flax, showcasing its commitment to sustainability. This approach significantly reduces the CO2 footprint, achieving a 40% reduction compared to other electric urban vehicles. With the GEKO, LIUX is paving the way for a more environmentally friendly future.

The GEKO reflects the ingenuity and dedication of the LIUX team. Its rounded shape and aerodynamic profiles ensure unprecedented efficiency.

Redefining aesthetics and performance

In addition to its sustainability, the GEKO excels in its performance category. With a maximum speed of 100 km/h, limited to comply with L7 segment regulations, and a basic configuration range of 150 km, this vehicle boasts the most robust and stable chassis in its category, made of steel to enhance passive safety.

A promising future for LIUX and the GEKO

With the GEKO, LIUX is not just offering a vehicle but leading the way towards a future where urban mobility is synonymous with sustainability, design, and efficiency. This car is a crucial step in the startup's commitment to innovation and the environment, promising to be a benchmark in the history of sustainable urban mobility. Looking ahead, LIUX has ambitious plans to continue pushing the boundaries of sustainable transportation. They aim to expand their lineup of eco-friendly vehicles and enhance their technological capabilities. Future projects include developing new models with extended range, faster charging times, and even lower environmental impact.

The GEKO is just the beginning. LIUX is also working on integrating advanced smart technologies into their vehicles, such as autonomous driving features, connected car services, and enhanced safety systems. These innovations will not only make driving safer and more convenient but will also contribute to the overall goal of reducing traffic congestion and emissions in urban areas.


The launch of the LIUX GEKO represents a significant milestone in the automotive industry. With its innovative use of natural materials, cutting-edge technology, and commitment to sustainability, LIUX is setting a new standard for urban mobility. As the company continues to grow and innovate, it remains dedicated to its mission of making the world a cleaner, healthier place through sustainable transportation solutions.

Stay tuned for more exciting developments from LIUX as they lead the charge in the future of sustainable mobility.

Here is more information about Liux for you to learn more about them.

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