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NIU TQi GT

NIU TQi GT electric three wheeler
NIU TQi GT electric three wheeler 85
NIU TQi GT electric three wheeler 85
NIU TQi GT electric three wheeler 85
NIU TQi GT electric three wheeler 85
Battery18650 Lithium
Range150 miles
Charge TimeUnknown
PowerUnknown
PriceUnknown
Regenerative brakes
Removable battery
Self-balancing
made in China  

Specifications

BrandNIU
ModelTQi GT
SpeedMotorcycle
PowerUnknown
WeightUnknown
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life2,000 cycles
Range150 miles
Charge TimeUnknown
 

The NIU TQi is a self-balancing electric three-wheeler created by an innovative Chinese company that is founded by the former CTO of Baidu (the Chinese Google) and a former employee of Microsoft. Their purpose is to create a high quality electric scooter with the latest technologies and design.

The TQi is an advanced vehicle that provides autonomous driving (automated parking and summon feature). The vehicle is self balancing.

The TQi has a top speed of 50 mph and a driving range of 150 miles.

The scooter is equipped with 5G connectivity and many state of the art technologies.

The scooter has a digital dashboard.

The scooter will be available for purchase mid 2020.

 

2020 NIU models

NQi GTSNIU N GT Pro electric scooter 3000 watt 100
$5.604
18650 Lithium
84 miles
NQi Cargo XRNIU NQi Cargo 100
$5.604
18650 Lithium
87 miles
NQi ProNIU NQi Pro electric scooter 3000 watt 100
$5.044
18650 Lithium
96 miles
NQi GTNIU NQi GT electric scooter 3500 watt 100
$5.044
18650 Lithium
87 miles
NQi CargoNIU NQi Cargo 100
$3.586
18650 Lithium
56 miles
NQi SportNIU NQi sport electric scooter 2400 watt 100
$3.250
18650 Lithium
50 miles
UQi GT ProNIU U GT Pro electric scooter 100
$3.026
18650 Lithium
50 miles
MQi+ SportNIU MQi+ Sport electric scooter 1400 watt 100
$2.914
18650 Lithium
62 miles
NQi LiteNIU NQi electric scooter 3000 watt 100
$2.577
18650 Lithium
43 miles
MQi ProNIU MQi Pro electric scooter 1200 watt 100
$2.241
18650 Lithium
50 miles
MQi+ LiteNIU MQi+ Lite electric scooter 1200 watt 100
$2.186
18650 Lithium
47 miles
MQi SNIU MQi S electric scooter 800 watt 100
$2.129
18650 Lithium
43 miles
UQiNIU UQi electric scooter 1500 watt 100
$1.933
18650 Lithium
25 miles
MQi GTNIU M GT electric scooter 3000 watt 100
Unknown
18650 Lithium
81 miles
TQi GTNIU TQi GT electric three wheeler 100
Unknown
18650 Lithium
150 miles

Old models

N GTNIU N-GT 100
$4.848
18650 Lithium
62 miles
N1sNIU N1s 100
$3.166
18650 Lithium
43 miles
M ProNIU M1 100
$2.802
18650 Lithium
62 miles
M+NIU M+ smart scooter 100
$2.718
18650 Lithium
56 miles
M SNIU M1 100
$2.241
18650 Lithium
43 miles
UNiIU U-Series U1 Blue 100
$1.933
18650 Lithium
22 miles
 

Sales Department

NIU USA (Genuine Scooters)
2700 W Grand Avenue, Chicago
Chicago, Illinois
United States of America

Phone: +1 773-271-8514 (WhatsApp)
Email: usa@niu.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/355139125351895

International

Niu Technologies Group Ltd.
Shanghai, China

Email: business@niu.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/niumobility

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