|Power||11 kW (14.8 hp)|
|Battery Life||1,000 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||5 hours|
The eScooter is a 125cc-class electric scooter made by the well known car brand SEAT from Spain in a partnership with the Spanish electric scooter manufacturer Silence. SEAT is a subsidiary of Volkswagen and the brand intends to focus on urban mobility.
The SEAT eScooter is a high performance scooter that has a acceleration speed comparable with a 250cc motorcycle.
The scooter has a powerful 11,000 watt in-wheel electric motor for a restricted top speed of 62 mph. The motor provides 240 Nm torque. The scooter accelerates from 0-31 mph in 3.8 seconds.
The scooter has a powerful removable Lithium battery. The battery has a trolley system that makes it easy to transport the battery. The scooter has a Battery Balancing System (BBS) that ensures the durability of the battery.
The battery has a built-in 600 watt charger that enables to charge the battery in 5 hours.
The battery provides a built-in power outlet for 12v, 24v and 220v output (max. 1500 watt). It makes the battery multi-purpose.
The battery also provides a built-in 55 watt heater that enables to warm the battery before charging which enables to charge in extreme cold environments. It also enhances the battery life as charging in freezing temperatures can shorten battery life.
To enhance security of the costly battery, the battery has a built-in GPS tracker that enables to track the battery remotely.
The scooter has an exceptionally large storage compartment under the buddy seat that fits two helmets.
A lot attention has been given to security. The scooter has a very short braking distance and due to a very low center of gravity the scooter is very maneuverable and stable. An extensive sensor system keeps track of all vital parts of the scooter and adds to security.
The scooter has a reverse mode and has a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) or regenerative braking in which energy from braking is returned to the battery. Regenerative braking reduces air pollution emitted by disc brakes while saving power costs.
The SEAT eScooter is a true smart scooter that connects with a smart phone and can be equipped with a 3G mobile SIM-card. The software provides many features including navigation, anti-theft and the ability to remotely unlock the scooter for sharing with friends and family. The software is continuously updated with new features (Over The Air Updates, or OTA).
The scooter is available in many colors.
2022 SEAT models
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