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در June - 8 - 2016

Peugeot To Offer New Electrically Assisted Scooter

Late last month, while unveiling the new also revealed its intentions to produce a new electrically assisted scooter called the e-Kick. Designed to “cover the ‘last-mile’ of any journey,” the e-Kick is the product of a partnership between the French automaker and Micro Mobility, a Swiss company focused on urban mobility solutions. The e-Kick offers “electric assistance based on user movements,” with a range of 12 km (7.5 miles) and speeds up to 25 km/h (15.5 mph).

A lithium-ion battery housed in the foot platform provides the juice, while the rider gives a little extra human push power to make up the difference. The electric motor is integrated directly with the rear wheel, while a foot brake offers regenerative capabilities to keep the battery fresh. The whole thing weighs in at 8.5 kg (18.7 pounds). The handlebar was designed by Peugeot Design Lab, and allows the e-Kick to fold up quickly for compact storage. It’ll also let you roll the e-Kick on the front wheel without the need to physically carry it, which is helpful in crowded areas, or if you run out of electricity.

The e-Kick will also fit into a “dockstation” in the trunk of the new charging it up on the commute and providing a secondary transport option when needed. Alternatively, the scooter can top off from an external plug in about an hour.

Look for the e-Kick to go on sale sometime towards the end of the year.

Continue reading for the full story.



Peugeot To Offer New Electrically Assisted Scooter

Late last month, while unveiling the new also revealed its intentions to produce a new electrically assisted scooter called the e-Kick. Designed to “cover the ‘last-mile’ of any journey,” the e-Kick is the product of a partnership between the French automaker and Micro Mobility, a Swiss company focused on urban mobility solutions. The e-Kick offers “electric assistance based on user movements,” with a range of 12 km (7.5 miles) and speeds up to 25 km/h (15.5 mph).

A lithium-ion battery housed in the foot platform provides the juice, while the rider gives a little extra human push power to make up the difference. The electric motor is integrated directly with the rear wheel, while a foot brake offers regenerative capabilities to keep the battery fresh. The whole thing weighs in at 8.5 kg (18.7 pounds). The handlebar was designed by Peugeot Design Lab, and allows the e-Kick to fold up quickly for compact storage. It’ll also let you roll the e-Kick on the front wheel without the need to physically carry it, which is helpful in crowded areas, or if you run out of electricity.

The e-Kick will also fit into a “dockstation” in the trunk of the new charging it up on the commute and providing a secondary transport option when needed. Alternatively, the scooter can top off from an external plug in about an hour.

Look for the e-Kick to go on sale sometime towards the end of the year.

Continue reading for the full story.


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Peugeot To Offer New Electrically Assisted Scooter

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