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Me Scooter

ME Scooter aims to synthesize several key modern concepts. First of all it aims to be a design object, where aesthetic issues also have practical and usability concerns, the ME Scooter also has a green side to it, that´s why it uses electrical power to help you move around. And it also leaves you with some ways to express yourself because it´s fully customizable. The electric motor of 1.5 Kw will get a range of up to 80km, with a top speed of 45km/h, enough to go on regular urban trips, its charging time on the Li-ion Samsung batteries is around 5 hours. To get most out of its engine and ensure performance, weight reduction was key, so they´ve used SMC (Sheet Moulding Compound) as the main material on its frame, a synthetic thermosetting material that´s lightweight, durable, corrosion resistant and with great mechanical and thermal properties. This Italian designed scooter is really a joy to look at and sure seems fun to ride around town.



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