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Motorini Zanini Penelope

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BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Range37 miles
Charge Time5-8 hours
Power1.8 kW (2.4 hp)
Price$2.683ยข
made in Italy  

Specifications

BrandMotorini Zanini
ModelPenelope
Speed31 mph
Power1.8 kW (2.4 hp)
Weight220 lbs
BatteryLiFePo4 (LFP)
Battery Life700 cyclesโ„น
Range37 miles
Charge Time5-8 hours
 

The Penelope is a electric scooter made by the Italian company Motorini Zanini. As a country in which scooters have a cult status, the scooter is made to be worthy of the label “Made in Italy”.

The scooter is available with 3 battery options: Silicon gel (AGM), Lithium 30Ah and Lithium 45Ah.

 

2020 Motorini Zanini models

Penelopepenelope 100
$2.683
LiFePo4 (LFP)
37 miles
Icaroicaro 100
$2.225
LiFePo4 (LFP)
68 miles
 

Sales Department

Motorini Zanini
Via G. Verga 6
24060 Villongo BG
Italy

Tel.: +39 035 928078
info@motorinizanini.it

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