Weighing at about 17 pounds, the scooter sees a compact tri-fold design that can be transformed into a briefcase-like size, making it highly portable. Some of its features include a digital display showing battery life and a screen that lets you know how fast you’re going. Thanks to its 10.5 Ah battery, the electric vehicle can travel up to 12 mph and also includes articulated LED lights at the front and rear for nighttime riding. As a final note, the scooter mounts to any Hyundai or Kia vehicle, where it gets charged from the electricity generated from driving.
Though no further details have been disclosed about when the new electric scooter will come out or what it will be officially called, stay tuned for more information on its development and scroll above for a look at its preview.
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