|Power||7 kW (9.4 hp)|
|Battery Life||2,000 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||4 hours
fast charger: 2 hours
The KRAF is an innovative electric moped from electric motorcycle manufacturer ETRAN from Thailand. The company is dedicated to electric vehicle development, charging station network solutions and energy management solutions (smart grid).
The KRAF is a neo-style café racer that uses the latest technologies. The frame of the moped is made of carbon fiber that provides the moped with an ultra light weight of 60 lbs.
The moped has a powerful 7,000 watt electric motor that provides a top speed of 81 mph. The motor provides 150 Nm torque for fast acceleration.
The moped has a powerful 40 Ah Manganese (LiMn2o4) Lithium battery that provides a driving range of 112 miles. The battery can be charged using a Type 2 fast charger. The battery can also be charged using a regular wall outlet (home charger).
The moped provides a IEC 62196 Type 2 socket for fast charging.
The moped is waterproof and can drive through water. The moped will enable to continue driving during floods and storms while most petrol motorcycles will fail.
IoT device (Smart Moped)
The moped is a cloud-connected IoT device that provides access to advanced features including over-the-air (OTA) updates. The moped has built-in 3G, 4G and GPS connectivity and provides a 7 inch touch screen dashboard with access to GPS navigation.
The moped is available in many colors.
The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.
ETRAN (Thailand) Co.,Ltd.
89, 2 Phaholyothin 5
Samsen Nai, Phaya Thai
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