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Z-Scooter

Spanish design house Bel & Bel have given a cool-upgrade to the uncool Segway, they have combined it with one the most distinctive scooters on the roads and created the Z-Scooter. Inspired by the original design for the iconic Vespa, the all-electric ride looks like a scooter from the front but behind, it is all Segway. Equipped with a TESLA Model S super lithium battery, it can reach speeds of 20km/h (12mph) for as long as 35km (21miles) on a single charge. Simply lean forward and backwards to accelerate and decelerate, and turn the handles sideways to maneuver the Z-Scooter. Users can also link the a comprehensive dashboard to an app that features a remote control function, record sharing, online diagnosis, service assistance and allows you tons of customizations of your Z-Scooter. The quirky scooter is made to order and and can be customized by color and finish. If you´re gonna ride a Segway, you might as well do it in style.... watch the video below



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