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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Cute e-Scooter with KERS technology

These days we often hear some motorcycle manufacturer issued an electric scooter. The latest is a producer from Munich, Germany which has just launched an electric scooter that has a cute look.
100 km range UNU electric scooter features portable battery unit. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/XZkrRj)
As quoted of the Designboom on Saturday, August 16, 2014 which reported that a German motorcycle manufacturer, UNU GmbH launched the cute electric scooter named Unu. The design of Unu electric scooter evokes the design of iconic Italian scooters, such as Vespa and LambrettaBecause UNU is an electric scooter, so the power generated by the electric motor channeled to its rear wheel and powered by a lithium-ion battery that can be recharged.
The UNU weighs just 58 kilograms and has a range of up-to 100 km. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/XZkrRj)
This electric scooter speed is limited only 28 mph (45 kph) and can travel up to 31 miles (49.89 km) on a full battery condition. But if the first battery runs out, then available battery backup can be used.
The lightweight panasonic battery cell is hidden underneath the 2-person seat. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/XZkrRj)
The electric scooter frame designed strong enough by using an aluminum casing, as well as a portable battery supplied with a weight of only 17.4 pounds (7.89 kg). Provided also cable strap for ease when going to recharge. The battery can be recharged with 230V and can be full capacity within 5 hours.
The rear wheel hub is outfitted with a kinetic energy recovery system. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/XZkrRj)
Interestingly, this electric scooter using the Kinetic-Energy Recovery System (KERS) that is the same used in the Formula 1. So when the scooter rider presses the brake pedal, automaticaly the battery will recharging. This electric scooter is not too heavy, just 128 pounds (58.06 kg) lighter than the Piaggio's is weighing up to 130 pounds (58.97 kg).

Currently in Germany, these electric scooters can be ordered online at a price of around €1,699 or US $ 2,300, equivalent to Rp. 26.8 million. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | UNU | DESIGNBOOM]
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