Armor Electric has handed over to a dealer in Florida an electric-powered scooter/moped for beta testing. It is a prototype that will shape the production scooters, and the sale of a fleet of which has been negotiated with said dealer. The scooter runs on lithium ion batteries, which are said to outlast lead-acid systems by four or five times. This power source provides a top speed of 40 mph, a 60-mile range, and a 4-hour recharge time. Over the past year and a half, Armor's EPS partner has been
I hadn't heard about Armor Electric until their announcement that they will ship two prototypes of an electric powered pedi-cab to Mexico City today for standard certification testing by government engineering labs. There are only tiny pictures of their pedi-cab on their website (see above), but there is a bit more information on the company and this EV deal available there.