Govecs tasks Rieju with production / New Flexy scooter
Govecs acquires a new electric scooter model from Spanish motorcycle manufacturer Rieju in order to further develop and launch it under the name Flexy in the “mid-price segment”. Sales kick-off will follow probably already in the second quarter of 2019.Weiterlesen
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Govecs planning to unleash 6,000 electric scooters in London
Electric scooter manufacturer Govecs could release thousands of their LEVs in London over the next two years. They signed a letter of intent with a British company regarding the delivery of 6,000 e-scooters for the sharing market in the UK capital.Weiterlesen
Estonia’s Taxify joining ride-hailing race in Paris
The French capital is seeing a wave of new sharing offers since it cancelled its longstanding Autolib service. The latest arrival is Taxify from Estonia. The taxi service launched a fleet of electric kick-scooters, accessible via the company’s app.Weiterlesen
Retro Honda motorbike Cub turning electric (video)
Honda has been making the Super Cub for some 60 years so that by now the little halfling of a motorbike and scooter has become legendary. Still only Shanghai Customs of China offers to convert the machine into an electric motorcycle, with growing success.Weiterlesen
Honda launching world’s first series hybrid scooter
Honda is expanding their scooter range with a motorcycle hybrid system that will come to live inside the PCX HYBRID. The company says it will be the world’s first mass-produced hybrid scooter once it kicks off this September in Japan.Weiterlesen
Paris: Govecs boosts electric scooter fleet Cityscoot
Over 2,000 additional electric scooters are headed for Paris as Govecs helps Cityscoot to grow their sharing fleet. Cityscoot will take delivery of over 2,750 new electric scooters and has also expanded to Nice. Govecs deployed over 10,000 e-scooters across Europe to date.Weiterlesen
Coup takes off in Madrid with 850 electric scooters
The announced expansion of the Coup electric scooter sharing to Madrid is taking shape: The Bosch subsidiary will be opening in the Spanish capital with no less than 850 electric Gogoro 2 scooters in July.Weiterlesen
Crowdfunding success: 100 more e-scooters for Munich
Berlin-based emmy and Green City Energy are expanding their fleet of shared electric scooters in Munich after their crowdfunding campaign is yielding results. Backers enabled the partners to buy another 100 retro mopeds and they want more.Weiterlesen
Electric cars coming to FAME II in India
India is advancing their electric transport initiative on various levels. Details on the second part of their EV scheme FAME have been leaked. Plus, those electric cars already on the road will now receive a special green license plate with other privileges planned as well.Weiterlesen
Ride-share provider Yugo to supply 50 electric scooters to Bordeaux
The scooter, which is already available in Madrid and Barcelona, will be available to rent in Bordeaux this month. Yugo will be supplying 50 scooters with exchangeable batteries made by the french firm Pink Mobility.Weiterlesen
Battery swapping system and electric concepts by Honda
The Japanese manufacturer introduced its so-called Mobile Power Pack at CES. The system is based on green power stored in mobile batteries to power electric devices or small EVs.Weiterlesen
Low speed chase.
A police officer in the States stopped a granny on a mobility scooter – he called it a, “eh, little cart” – as she was cruising in the middle of the road. When discovering that she was lost, he insisted on escorting her home and ended up driving 70 minutes behind her at the speed of 6 mph. Wind down and take your time this weekend!
Folding with grace.
The designers of the Inu electric scooter say they were inspired by ballerinas. The Inu smoothly folds and unfolds at the push of a button on a smartphone app in just five seconds. Prices range from 2,999 euros (3,580 dollars) to 4,999 euros (6,000 dollars) depending on battery size.
After the stretched Hummer and the stretched Prius, here comes the stretched scooter. It was made by Chinese Lanbei and seats no less than 11 people and is all-electric, of course! Why they build this XXXXXL vehicle and show it all around the country? It could be solution for mass transportation – as long as the destination is just straight ahead.