Stator’s giant self-balancing electric scooter goes on sale for up to $ 4,000
About a year ago, in the second half of 2018, Stator launched an electric scooter with huge wheels, and this scooter was not officially launched until now. At a glance, the most distinctive feature of this scooter is its huge wheels and unilateral handlebars. This scooter concept was created by Nathan Allen, director of industrial design at the School of Design, Pasadena Art Center, California.
Stator electric scooter
The design of this scooter is absolutely unique on the market, with huge tires, unilateral handlebars, and simple appearance, full of futuristic. All control functions are concentrated on the sole handlebar, including throttle, brakes, LED lights, horns, key jacks and start buttons. The tires are also equipped with spokes on only one side. In addition, all wiring is done in the handlebars and frame, so the appearance is quite simple.
The scooter has a top speed of 51km / h and is equipped with a 1 kWh battery pack. The company has evaluated it for a range of 129 kilometers. This cruising range is not realistic unless it can be achieved at a very low speed. The really powerful feature of this scooter is self-balancing, it doesn't need to rely on this rack or rely on the wall to keep standing, but it can keep standing by itself.
The car costs $ 3,995 and can now be ordered with a $ 250 deposit. The first 1,000 scooters will also receive a limited commemorative nameplate from the R & D team, which is expected to be delivered in early 2020.