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E-Scooters Faster Than E-Bikes

  Segway's New GT 1 & GT 2                                                Source:  Segway These Scooters Are Serious Travel Vehicles Personal, 2-wheel mobility company Segway has created a new, electric scooter that gives electric-bikes a big run for their money.  The new scooter comes in two models - the GT 1 and GT 2.  The GT 2 can hit a breakthrough speed of 43.5 mph. E-bikes average 20 to 25 mph. The Segway scooters are definitely not for kids.  They are designed for daring adults who are into new forms of electric mobility. Tech Specs To help maintain the scooter's balance when hitting speeds of 40 mph plus, the scooter has an extra wide footboard, two 11-inch, "Anti Puncture", tubeless, pneumatic tires and a double wishbone suspension structure.  The vehicles are constructed of aircraft grade aluminum.  GT1 has a 1400-watt, electric rear motor and can hit a top speed of 37.3 mph.  It can accelerate from 0 to 30 mph in 7.5 seconds.  GT2 has a 1500-watt electr

Segway's New High-Speed e-Scooter

  Segway's New GT2 Has High Performance & Speed                                                  Source: Segway's GT2 The Formula 1 e-Scooter Segway, based in Bedford, New Hampshire, has unveiled a high performance, rugged and speedy electric scooter that gives new meaning to the word Xtreme.  Called the GT2, the e-scooter can move at 43.5 miles an hour and accelerate from zero to 30 mph in 4.2 seconds.  By comparison the average e-scooter's top speed is 15 mph. The company says this new e-scooter is so fast and powerful that you can do wheelies or jump down a flight of stairs and land, if you dare. The technology that enables all of this is amazing and so is the price of $3,999.00 when it becomes available in summer 2022.  GT2 is being called the "Formula 1 of e-Scooters". Tech Specs The GT2 is powered by a pair of 1500 W electric motors, totaling 3000 W of power.  Most e-scooters have 350 W.  If 3,000 W are too powerful for your preference, you can tone it d

Ola e-Scooters Developing e-Car

  Ola's Very Popular Lineup of Electric Scooters                                                  Source:  Ola Electric Company Now Designing an Electric Car India based Ola Electric Mobility is a very popular maker of two-wheeled electric scooters.  The company is now expanding its innovative portfolio to include electric cars.  The electric concept car is sleek, smoothly designed and a hatchback that sports a lot of glass.  The startup company, with financial backing from Japan's Softbank Group, says it will launch the electric car in 2023.  The company's goal is to make itself and India a global epicenter for electric vehicles. Hyperchargers and Electrifying Scooters Ola is currently installing 4,000 charging stations with hyperchargers throughout India for its e-scooters and new e-car. Ola says it can provide 50% of a 100% charge in 18 minutes. Concerning the e-scooters there are two models: the Ola S1 and more powerful Ola S1 Pro. The Ola S1 is powered by a 2.98 kWh ba

BMW's New E-Scooter

  Very Retro Looking                                                   Source:  BMW CEO4 Highly Advanced Technology BMW has unveiled its latest electric scooter and it looks like an elegantly simple design tribute to bikes of the past, innovated with highly advanced technologies.  It's called the 2022 CEO4 and BMW is marketing it with "#plugged to life".  The starting price for this extraordinary new EV is $11,795. Driving Specs There is a 8.9 kilowatt-hour battery pack with the same cells as are in the upcoming BMW iX and i4 vehicles.  The range is 80 miles and the scooter has level-two charging that goes from 20 to 80% in 45 minutes.  A full charge on L2 takes about 90 minutes.  The 43 horsepower scooter rides on 15 inch wheels.  It is a long and low e-scooter with a very distinctive design.  BMW calls it "avant-garde".  The look is retro but the technology is definitely state-of-the-art. Technologies There is a 10.25 inch LCD display that provides vital infor