|Power||8.5 kW (11.4 hp)|
|Battery Life||2,000 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||2.5 hours
80% after 1 hours
The S1 is an electric scooter from electric scooter manufacturer Fonzarelli from Australia. The name of the company is inspired by character Fonzie from the 1960’s TV show Happy Days. The company’s credo is “Bespoke styling. Amped up performance. And most importantly, zero emissions”.
The scooter is designed to be economical and consumes just about $1 AUD per week with average daily usage.
The scooter has a 8,500 watt electric motor for a top speed of 50 mph.
The scooter has two removable Lithium batteries for a range of 62 miles. The charge time is 1 hour for a 80% charge.
The scooter is available in any color and can be personalized by FonzLab.
We all want different thrills and experience from our ride and at FonzLab we make this happen. Here your Fonzarelli is personalised to suit your lifestyle. From enhanced performance and tech upgrades, to bespoke styling.
The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.
2022 Fonzarelli models
19 Regent Street
Redfern NSW 2016
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