Ujet is an all-electric scooter that can travel 93 miles on a single charge. The carbon fiber and alloy Ujet is loaded with technology, and connects to your phone via an App. It's foldable and price ranges from $8,900 to $9,900. For more coverage of CES 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/tag/ces+2018/
This baby's got the looks and the range.
Electric model gets 62 miles of range, the hybrid doubles that.
The Kiwano K01 is a one wheel handheld electric scooter with wireless control and a "follow me" feature. It is water resistant, has a 20 mile range, and is constructed with carbon fiber and zinc alloy. Orders to ship in July of 2017.
Immotor Q is a foldable, silent, zero-emissions scooter.
Looking for something different to for your urban commute? How about an electric scooter that can zip in-and-out of traffic and then fold-up and be used as a shopping cart? The Urb-e City Edition is a folding electric scooter that's made in America.
San Fransisco's electric scooter service add to its network while celebrating a million electric miles.
The all-electric GenZe scooter from Indian automaker Mahindra will go on sale in three US states this fall.
The ATX 8080 electric scooter from Austin Electric Powersports promises 50 miles of range and a 50 mile-per-hour top speed, but is it enough to justify its $5,250 price tag?
The new B14 stand up scooter from Works Electric is an off-road blast.
See that red thing? It's the Mini Citysurfer Concept. It is not, in case you were wondering, an automobile. Yet despite this apparent shortcoming, Mini has placed it on a plinth at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Hot diggity dog, Fido is back! The people that brought us that bare bones electric scooter we found so fetching a few years back have resurfaced across the country in Kalamazoo, MI and will start sinking their canines into the business of building bikes, just as soon as they recover from jet lag.
Scooter lust is as improbable a condition as it sounds. Yet, when we turn our gaze to the KTM E-Speed, we can't help but fall fast into an urban-riding reverie. A fantasy in which city-center congestion is carved into asphalt ribbons with cuts left and right, made quick with easy flicks of this two-wheeled blade. It is a dream, however, that may never happen.
Recent patent filings appear to indicate that Yamaha might be thinking about bringing a leaning, three-wheeled electric scooter to the US. While the idea of a trike cycle is hardly new – after all Yamaha already has its own Tricity – this one would have its dual wheels in the back with each one powered by its own electric motor. According to Visor Down, the Japanese company submitted for an application on the same vehicle in Europe, as well.
Current and future electric motorcycle and e-scooter makers are hoping that global sales of the two-wheeled plug-ins take off as quickly as their electric-powered bikes. Numbers collected by Navigant Research should give those companies a bit of hope. The research firm says the e-motorcycle and e-scooter market is ready to surge as component prices drop while gas prices continue to rise.
When it comes to two-wheeled electric-vehicle sales, North America and Europe giveth while China taketh away. According to new numbers from Navigant Research, global annual e-scooter sales will increase 12 percent to 4.6 million in 2023, while global annual e-motorcycle sales will rise 17 percent to 1.4 million. Put them together and annual two-wheeled electric vehicle sales will increase 13 percent during the next decade to 6 million.
Depending on who you speak to, India's Mahindra & Mahindra might be best known in the States for the six-year saga of huge hopes and dashed dreams embodied in a small, diesel pickup truck, as a tractor maker pushing its way into a US market ruled by John Deere and Kubota, as the owner of Ssangyong, as one of the companies that tried to buy Aston Martin or as an automotive engineering firm providing product development services to almost every carmaker out there. It's that last division that
Let's just say Vectrix has filed for bankruptcy one time for each wheel on its battery-electric scooters. This time, though, it's Chapter 7, Boston Business Journal reports, citing bankruptcy court filings. Since that usually involves liquidation, it's safe to say that the company's number is finally up.