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Transportation electric scooters you can t resist | Newsletter Battery

Electric Scooters You Can’t Resist

by: Sharai Hoekema
electric scooters you can t resist | Newsletter

Scooters. Quite the eyesore for many - particularly when they are loud, parked on the pavement, or simply obnoxiously ignoring all traffic and common decency rules. Their departure is usually accompanied by a black cloud of foul-smelling residue, something that has many shaking their head in disgust. In some areas, older scooters are already forbidden, as the threat, they pose to the environment is painfully obvious.

Electric Scooters: Clean, Quiet, Sustainable

Now that we got that out of the way, there is a new wave of scooters that you will not be able to resist. It is fully electric - so clean, quiet, and sustainable. And it is your golden ticket to beat the morning rush hour and traffic headaches in the city center.

Electric scooters are not just a fun toy for the rich kids in town; they could help us a great deal if we want our transportation to become more sustainable. Even better, there is plenty for you to choose from. Let’s take a look at the most obvious contenders.

Recommended: Electric Scooter Start-Ups Hype: The Netherlands

Electric Scooter: Carota Design

If you wonder why it has such a striking resemblance to BMW’s Concept Link from 2017, wonder no longer. It was designed that way. The matte-finish metal panels will instantly give you that BMW-feel. The boot-storage is somewhat limited, as the cantilever seat somewhat imposes on its space, but you have a dedicated space for your helmet to the side. Fun extra: the seat also dubs as your taillight, in the form of a thin arc along the back and side, while your headlights are edge-lit details on the front.

electric scooter BMW, grey background

Vespa 98 Conceptual Scooter

Time to get wow-ed by the creation of Mightyseed, the Vespa 98. This conceptual scooter has a traditional retro look and feels and a lot of modern gadgets and gizmos. This is clearly visible in the handles, LED-lights, and all kinds of sensors to alert the rider to nearby traffic - which will, or so the design team claims, replace the traditional rearview mirrors.

Vespa Scooter
Vespa scooter concept

Recommended: Sexy Electric Vehicle: Vespa Meets Tesla And Apple

Stator, The Self-Balancing Scooter

Worried about falling over? Worry no longer, thanks to the self-balancing scooter that gives you a huge burst of power. The 1000W battery hidden in the rear wheel can get you moving at up to 40 km/h. A cool bike that does what it says and says what it does: its design is simple, nothing unnecessary, or flashy here. Especially the handlebars stand out in simplicity - made out of a single tube, housing an intuitive control module.

Scooter, Stator 
Stator, the scooter which balances you and itself.

Pocket Rocket State Of The Art Scooter

Not exactly a name one would associate with a state-of-the-art scooter, but hear me out for a second. The triangle shape makes it instantly eye-catching, while there is an impressive amount of technology and design hidden away in its pretty bare structure. If you want something unique, this might be your ride.

Man on white electric scooter 
Pocket Rocket scooter

Vespa By Artem: Scooter Of The Future

Prefer the old-school Vespa, but not convinced by the Vespa 98? Then Vespa by Artem might be for you, which is basically Artem Smirnov’s interpretation of the Vespa of the future. Spoiler alert, it does not have many of the Vespa bike's distinctive characteristics, although that is not something to be alarmed by. It does look more like an e-bike than a scooter. That may alarm you.

Blue grey scooter, road 
The futuristic Vespa Scooter design. Artem Smirnov’s interpretation.

Recommended: Futuristic e-Bike, Boat, Camper Makes Headlines

Carota Classic E-Bike

Speaking of e-bikes-turned-e-scooters, Carota has you covered. This design is funky and unique, very Harley Davidson-esque, while still being lean enough to classify as an e-bike. It is virtually silent, powered by the V-twin engine right beneath your seat. Paddle no more, hello Harley Davidson charm.

Carota Classic E-Bike 
Carota e-bike with a Harley look.

Recommended: Electric Bike Rayvolt X One: A Different eBike

Upholding Simple Scooter

The vision of Ekaterina Tiholova was clear: let’s keep it simple. She came up with a plain and simple scooter, consisting of a simple black base, with two bulbous wheels underneath. Some color accents are used to spice it up a bit, and ta-dah, we proudly present - the Upholding.

Tihlova designed scooter, buildings, lights

electric scooter, folded, garage
Electric scooter 'flat-pack'!

Dyson Moovo

Dyson might be most well-known as the producer of vacuum cleaners. This is not all they do, though. The Moovo is modeled after Dyson’s best-known designs, featuring clean lines. This makes the whole thing rather sophisticated and aesthetically pleasing while incorporating some cool tech. What about the handlebar that functions as a controller for the screen displaying information about your trip or features of the scooter? Easy to love, it really is.

2 small scooters
The Dyson 'mini' scooter

Ather 450 Electric Scooter

The Indian company Ather is working hard at creating a market for its electric scooter. They already set up 30 charging points for its scooter throughout the city of Bengaluru. They are aiming high, and for a good reason - their product will be Indian’s first electric scooter. Potentially a revolution in a country dominated by scooters. Its top speed is 80 km/h, with a range of 75 km on a full battery. Plus, it is quite handsome to look at: its design is edgy, almost Stormtrooper-like. It also has a smart touchscreen connected to the bespoke app.

white scooter, charging point
Ather 450 Electric Scooter from India

Z-Scooter

Last but not least, Z-Scooter is something fun and surprising. It is the lovechild of a scooter and a Segway, meant for recreational trips: it looks striking and can reach 20 km/h for some 35 km per charge. You accelerate by leaning forward and decelerate by leaning backward, and you can go left and right by turning the handles. What other options do you need?

3 people, 3 scooters, road 
The Z-Scooter, Amazing!

Electric Scooters: Get Into It

The options available in the market are diverse and continue to improve, becoming smaller, leaner, and smarter. They are the best alternative for our urban transportation needs - not only will you be able to avoid traffic, but parking is also easy, and pollution is non-existent. What do you say? It is about time to get excited about electric scooters.

Before you go!

Recommended: Harley Davidson LiveWire Electric Bike Drives Like A Tesla

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Electric Scooters You Can’t Resist

Scooters. Quite the eyesore for many - particularly when they are loud, parked on the pavement, or simply obnoxiously ignoring all traffic and common decency rules. Their departure is usually accompanied by a black cloud of foul-smelling residue, something that has many shaking their head in disgust. In some areas, older scooters are already forbidden, as the threat, they pose to the environment is painfully obvious. Electric Scooters: Clean, Quiet, Sustainable Now that we got that out of the way, there is a new wave of scooters that you will not be able to resist. It is fully electric - so clean, quiet, and sustainable. And it is your golden ticket to beat the morning rush hour and traffic headaches in the city center. Electric scooters are not just a fun toy for the rich kids in town; they could help us a great deal if we want our transportation to become more sustainable. Even better, there is plenty for you to choose from. Let’s take a look at the most obvious contenders. Recommended:  Electric Scooter Start-Ups Hype: The Netherlands Electric Scooter:  Carota Design If you wonder why it has such a striking resemblance to BMW’s Concept Link from 2017, wonder no longer. It was designed that way. The matte-finish metal panels will instantly give you that BMW-feel. The boot-storage is somewhat limited, as the cantilever seat somewhat imposes on its space, but you have a dedicated space for your helmet to the side. Fun extra: the seat also dubs as your taillight, in the form of a thin arc along the back and side, while your headlights are edge-lit details on the front. Vespa 98 Conceptual Scooter Time to get wow-ed by the creation of Mightyseed, the Vespa 98. This conceptual scooter has a traditional retro look and feels and a lot of modern gadgets and gizmos. This is clearly visible in the handles, LED-lights, and all kinds of sensors to alert the rider to nearby traffic - which will, or so the design team claims, replace the traditional rearview mirrors. Vespa scooter concept Recommended:  Sexy Electric Vehicle: Vespa Meets Tesla And Apple Stator, The Self-Balancing Scooter Worried about falling over? Worry no longer, thanks to the self-balancing scooter that gives you a huge burst of power. The 1000W battery hidden in the rear wheel can get you moving at up to 40 km/h. A cool bike that does what it says and says what it does: its design is simple, nothing unnecessary, or flashy here. Especially the handlebars stand out in simplicity - made out of a single tube, housing an intuitive control module.   Stator, the scooter which balances you and itself. Pocket Rocket State Of The Art Scooter Not exactly a name one would associate with a state-of-the-art scooter, but hear me out for a second. The triangle shape makes it instantly eye-catching, while there is an impressive amount of technology and design hidden away in its pretty bare structure. If you want something unique, this might be your ride.   Pocket Rocket scooter Vespa By Artem: Scooter Of The Future Prefer the old-school Vespa, but not convinced by the Vespa 98? Then Vespa by Artem might be for you, which is basically Artem Smirnov’s interpretation of the Vespa of the future. Spoiler alert, it does not have many of the Vespa bike's distinctive characteristics, although that is not something to be alarmed by. It does look more like an e-bike than a scooter. That may alarm you.   The futuristic Vespa Scooter design. Artem Smirnov’s interpretation. Recommended:  Futuristic e-Bike, Boat, Camper Makes Headlines Carota Classic E-Bike Speaking of e-bikes-turned-e-scooters, Carota has you covered. This design is funky and unique, very Harley Davidson-esque, while still being lean enough to classify as an e-bike. It is virtually silent, powered by the V-twin engine right beneath your seat. Paddle no more, hello Harley Davidson charm.   Carota e-bike with a Harley look. Recommended:  Electric Bike Rayvolt X One: A Different eBike Upholding Simple Scooter The vision of Ekaterina Tiholova was clear: let’s keep it simple. She came up with a plain and simple scooter, consisting of a simple black base, with two bulbous wheels underneath. Some color accents are used to spice it up a bit, and ta-dah, we proudly present - the Upholding. Electric scooter 'flat-pack'! Dyson Moovo Dyson might be most well-known as the producer of vacuum cleaners. This is not all they do, though. The Moovo is modeled after Dyson’s best-known designs, featuring clean lines. This makes the whole thing rather sophisticated and aesthetically pleasing while incorporating some cool tech. What about the handlebar that functions as a controller for the screen displaying information about your trip or features of the scooter? Easy to love, it really is. The Dyson 'mini' scooter Ather 450 Electric Scooter The Indian company Ather is working hard at creating a market for its electric scooter. They already set up 30 charging points for its scooter throughout the city of Bengaluru. They are aiming high, and for a good reason - their product will be Indian’s first electric scooter. Potentially a revolution in a country dominated by scooters. Its top speed is 80 km/h, with a range of 75 km on a full battery. Plus, it is quite handsome to look at: its design is edgy, almost Stormtrooper-like. It also has a smart touchscreen connected to the bespoke app. Ather 450 Electric Scooter from India Z-Scooter Last but not least, Z-Scooter is something fun and surprising. It is the lovechild of a scooter and a Segway, meant for recreational trips: it looks striking and can reach 20 km/h for some 35 km per charge. You accelerate by leaning forward and decelerate by leaning backward, and you can go left and right by turning the handles. What other options do you need?   The Z-Scooter, Amazing! Electric Scooters: Get Into It The options available in the market are diverse and continue to improve, becoming smaller, leaner, and smarter. They are the best alternative for our urban transportation needs - not only will you be able to avoid traffic, but parking is also easy, and pollution is non-existent. What do you say? It is about time to get excited about electric scooters. Before you go! Recommended:  Harley Davidson LiveWire Electric Bike Drives Like A Tesla Did you find this an interesting article, or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your article about your electric bike or the ideas you have about them? Send your writing & scribble with a photo to  [email protected] , and we will write an interesting article based on your input.
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