City Lifestyle

Want to start a publication?

Learn More

Featured Article

Your New Neighorbood Cruiser

Moke America Comes to Knoxville

From So-Cal to the South, Angela Cordoni, Co-Founder of MOKE America Knoxville, moved from San Diego to Knoxville a little over two years ago and has been seeking to find Knoxville’s hidden car culture ever since. 

After 15 years in experiential marketing, working with luxury automotive and marine brands (such as Bentley, Bugatti, Aston Martin, Sea Ray, and Boston Whaler), Angela is a successful serial entrepreneur running Maven Events agency, her Boisset Collection wine business, and now, Moke America Knoxville. 

“Moving to Knoxville has been one of the best moves I’ve made in my life and career. You can truly live a richer life for less, or what I like to call a ‘Luxe Knox Life’, here in the heart of Tennessee,” she says. “When we saw our first Moke in Winter Park, Florida we knew we had to have one!  As residents of Sequoyah Hills, we’re more of a one-and-a-half car household, with a second car only really needed to run local errands and cruise around our little Sequoyah bubble.”

Moke is truly the perfect neighborhood cruiser. It’s electric, goes up to 25 mph, maybe a little more downhill, and has a charge that lasts up to 40 miles, just right for a full day of cruising between Sequoyah and downtown Knox.

Since launching Moke America Knoxville earlier this year, they have delivered Mokes across Tennessee to Nashville and Memphis, and even as far as Atlanta and South Carolina, welcoming new owners to their ever-growing Moke Family of the South. 

For more information, visit and follow their Moke-Local adventures throughout Knoxville @MokeAmericaKnoxville. 

Businesses featured in this article