Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is an event where you can see electric scooters in all shapes. The latest model that has found a place on this event is distinguished by its design and brings a lot of modern technology.
It is a scooter called Ujet and has the predisposition to become a great urban means of transport, with the ability to connect with a smartphone and autonomy up to 150 km.
Ujet is very much visually appealing, with asymmetric frame and orbital wheels. It is available in several different colors and with different seat heights. It’s easy to store, and its battery is removeble. The frame is made from alloy and carbon fiber composite, which puts the scooter’s weight around 95 to 108 pounds, depending on the battery size. Its smaller battery offers about 43 miles of range, while the larger option boosts that to about 93 miles. It can be recharged from a normal outlet. The in-wheel motor offers 5.44 horsepower and 66 pound-feet of torque.
Ujet scooter can be connected to the owner’s smartphone, thus unlocking the two-wheeler, and offering a geolocator, while in the case of theft, it can be switched off remotely.
The application that goes with it offers information about performance, battery level, mileage, service location, and a link to the support team. In case it is necessary to go to the service, the application will also inform you about it. Connectivity is possible via wireless internet, Bluetooth and via 3G SIM cards.
Ujet will first be launched in Europe, then in the United States and Asia. The version with a smaller battery will cost around 7,500 euros, and a version with a larger about 8,300 euros.