Bird is preparing to launch the second generation of electric scooters: automotive-grade batteries
BIRD, known as the scooter sharing company, announced its first electric scooter, Bird One, three months ago. According to foreign media The Verge, the company is ready to launch its next-generation electric scooter, Bird Two, which will be designed. More rugged, offering more power and longer mileage.
First, Bird said the next generation will feature a new battery that will be the industry's leading electric vehicle grade battery, 1.5 times the capacity of the Bird One, and optimized for operation over a wider temperature range. Bird Two will also be equipped with intelligent, automated sensors that signal the Bird headquarters when the scooter is damaged. Sensors that report damage on their own will be able to help Bird send out employees, remove damaged scooters from the street, and seamlessly send them to the repair shop for repairs so they can be re-used.
In addition, Bird Two will also use seamless screws, which are not only more aesthetically pleasing than the exposed screws, but also reduce the chance of damage. Bird Two will also be equipped with a detonating bracket and puncture-proof tires.