Modern release foldable scooter with 20km cruising range!
With the development of electrification technology, battery density is getting higher and higher, and motors are getting smaller and smaller. Electric scooters have become the beneficiaries of these technologies, and the collapsible storage method makes the scooter more convenient.
The release of personal transportation tools by auto companies seems to have become a trend. Recently, Hyundai Motor Group released the second electric scooter concept to solve the "last mile" problem. It is reported that this new scooter adopts a foldable design, which can store the scooter quite small, and also has a cruising range of 20km.
Hyundai's new scooter uses a rear-wheel drive system. The 10.5Ah lithium battery is mounted on the bottom and has front and rear lights to remind passers-by. It is understood that the new car can be integrated with the vehicle. In the future Hyundai and Kia products, as long as the scooter is placed in a fixed position, the vehicle can help the scooter to charge and improve convenience.
Because of the rear-wheel drive system, the front wheels are lighter and easier to handle, and they also enhance safety and stability. The front wheel also has a suspension system design that provides customers with a smooth ride and can connect the phone to the top. The screen is composed of the battery's state of charge, speed and navigation mode. The whole car weighs only 7.7kg and can be stored with one hand. In the future, the kinetic energy recovery system will be installed on this car, which is expected to increase the cruising range by 7%. .
Dong Jin Hyun, head of the robot team of Hyundai Motor Group, said: "This car personal scooter will be exhibited together with Hyundai in the future. We hope to make our customers' lives as easy and enjoyable as possible. Our personal electric scooters Make commuting between the first and last mile fun, while helping to reduce congestion and emissions in the city center."
At present, Hyundai has not given a timetable for production. Like Audi, Hyundai is also facing a changing traffic landscape, and people will use a variety of methods to reach their destination. If it doesn't have its own scooter, shared scooter companies and other personal transportation companies will seize their space, and consumers will even feel that cars are less and less inferior than personal transportation. This will be a major blow to car companies.