Do you want to experience the extreme speed of 55km / h for electric scooters?
Have you heard of the 38-mph D-Fly Dragonfly in recent weeks? Its British designers claim this is the world's first "superbike" and for this they cost nearly $ 5,000. But it is ridiculous to call D-Fly the world's first super scooter. Faster machines have been on the market for months. It's called Nanrobot RS7, and it's not only about $ 2,000 cheaper, it's also $ 7 cheaper. It can reach the extreme speed of Andy Green.
Nanrobot's RS7 is equipped with a 3,200 watt (4.3 hp) electric motor on its rear axle, which can propel it to a speed of 55 miles per hour. In most U.S. states, this is almost double the speed you allow on a moped, and if you hit a pothole that is enough to swallow an RS7 11-inch tire, it is enough to bring you the legendary road start Wind case. The RS7 has front and rear disc brakes, each with a drilled rotor to reduce weight, so it is possible to stop before encountering potholes.
RS7 is easy to use because you can do anything other than Bonneville Salt Flats, it will get you a 45-mile range from a 1,872-Wh battery, which takes up to 10 hours to fully charge. These 45 miles don't have to be covered alone; the RS7 has a payload capacity of 397 pounds.
55km / h is the highest speed of an electric scooter. During the riding process, you can feel the whistling wind, experience speed and passion, and pay attention to safety. Wear a helmet when riding and follow traffic rules Travel safely!