Segway’s new GT-series electric scooters are not for just getting around town, they would fit right in at a go-kart track as well. Why? The GT1 and GT2 editions can achieve a top speed of 37.3 mph and 43.5 mph respectively, making them the fastest in Segway’s product family.
Segway-Ninebot has unveiled their latest creation, and it’s a smart electric bike, called the eMoped C80. It comes equipped with a 24Ah battery, which is good for 52.8 miles on a single charge, and can be removed easily to make charging a breeze. The bike’s body panels are made up of 100% eco-friendly PP plastics, showcasing its raw material and color without sacrificing eco-friendliness.
Technically speaking, a kick scooter refers to a human-powered street vehicle that comes equipped with a handlebar, deck, and wheels that are all propelled by a rider pushing off the ground. Ninebot’s Segway KickScooter T60 wants to take them to the next level, with the stand out feature being the ability to drive itself back to a charging station autonomously.