• Oct 20th 2011 at 9:26AM
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If you thought electric scooters were just for little tots or adults who don't realize how unhip they look on a kid-sized Razor, well, then you've yet to feast your eyes on the ultra-modern T20 electric scooter designed by French firm Fritsch-Durisotti.

Frenchman Antoine Fritsch has managed to design an electric scooter that not only looks socially acceptable for riders of all ages, but one that could, at least in theory, serve as a viable alternative to a urban city car.

After kicking off with your feet, the T20's electric system swings into action, propelling the scooter to a respectable top speed of 22 miles per hour. The T20's range of 25 miles should be more than ample for inner-city types and its stylish frame is of the eco-friendly bamboo variety. The electric-drive system is hidden directly beneath the rider's feet.

Unfortunately, the T20 is only a concept, and designer Fritsch has no intention of it entering the realm of production electric scooters. A real shame, that.

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      • 3 Years Ago
      Looks like if you weigh 215lbs the seat will be rubbing the rear tire on the first bump. Good scooter for Twiggy.
      • 3 Years Ago
      So wait - If I slap a couple of wheels on a cool looking frame, and say, "This is the EZEE Electric E Scooter, and it will go 4,000 miles on a charge, but, I don't plan on every building it" I too can get an article here? Sweet.
      Edward Odenkirchen
      • 3 Years Ago
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