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iO Scooby

iO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter
iO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter 85
iO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter 85
iO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter 85
iO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter 85
iO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter 85
iO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter 85
iO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter 85
iO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter 85
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Range40 km
Charge Time5 hours
Power600 watt (0.8 hp)
Price$1.825
Removable battery
made in Austria  

Specifications

BrandiO
ModelScooby
Speed25 km/h
Power600 watt (0.8 hp)
Weight59 kg
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Battery Life1,000 cycles β„Ή
Range40 km
Charge Time5 hours
 

The Scooby is an electric moped from e-scooter pioneer iO Scooters from Austria, a subsidiary of KBM Motors. The company launched it’s first electric scooter in 2004 and became market leader in Austria.

The Scooby has a 600 watt electric motor for a restricted top speed of 25 km/h.

The scooter has a removable 14 Ah lithium battery for a range of 40 km.

The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

2019 iO models

ManhattaniO Scooters Manhattan electric maxi scooter 100
$7.597
LiFePo4 (LFP)
155 km
Vienna XEiO Scooters Vienna XE 10,000 watt electric scooter 100
$5.507
LiFePo4 (LFP)
140 km
ViennaiO Scooters Vienna electric scooter 100
$3.185
LiFePo4 (LFP)
240 km
FlorenziO Scooters Florenz electric scooter 100
$2.964
LiFePo4 (LFP)
240 km
ScoobyiO Scooters Scooby electric moped/scooter 100
$1.825
LiFePo4 (LFP)
40 km
 

Sales Department

iO Fahrzeuge (KBM Kraemmer Brnd Motors GMBH)
CEO Ing. Bernd Kraemmer
2345 Brunn am Gebirge
Jakob Fuchs Gasse 45
Austria

Phone: +43 2236 33 212
Email: B.Kraemmer@KBM-Motors.com

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β„Ή Electric Scooter: clean air / healthy city air

Disc Brakes: air pollution

Air Pollution by Disc Brakes causes 20% of the total emissions by a standard car and the pollution (ultra-fine dust) is more toxic for humans than exhaust fumes.

"Vehicle tailpipe emissions are going down, but the emissions from disc brakes will remain to some extent, even if you drive an electric car," Weber said. "Therefore, this kind of process will continue to play out in the future and will be an important consideration when we look at the health effects of particulate matter." (Phys.org)