Despite the compact footprint, the scooters are built quite robustly, with IP54 dust and a rainproof rating on all models. They also feature protective housing for the crucial smart components, which let you connect your scooter with your smartphone through Bluetooth. There is a special app interface for the scooters, which can double up as a dashboard panel, where you can access all sorts of information, like your speed, distance, and battery levels.
The setup is powered by a 450W motor that rides on 9.5” pneumatic tyres and triple suspension. While these individual components can add weight to the body, the frame itself is pretty light, thanks to a Magnesium Alloy construction. The setup is finished with front and rear lights for safety and visibility in all conditions.
The true highlight of the system is that you can simply swap the entire battery system instead of stopping and charging it. An average battery with a full charge can sustain speeds of up to 30 km/h, for almost 60kms, which should be enough for most urban commutes.
We don’t know the pricing for the scooters yet. But the company is claiming that they will provide a 2 Year Limited Warranty on the scooters so that you can get the most out of your potential investment.