One of the biggest problems that affects the big cities nowadays is the massive population that surrounds it. There is a shortage of parking areas and traffic congestion can become an everyday stress. To addressed this issue, automakers are busy finding ways and concepts are presented. The goal of this is primarily to eliminate future chaos in terms of transport.
While other companies in the industry are still in the state of preparation, there are already companies that already produce and launched their own products. For instance, Mahindra which is a Indian automaker produced its very own GenZe 2.0 high tech electric scooter.
The electric scooter dimmed to be a significant product for a better transport in the future boast high tech features. Two of the most important specs that the electronic scooter has is that its 30 miles of range and 30 mph top speed.
The main reason why the high tech electronic scooter is designed with a 30 mph top speed is to make this one particular scooter available to almost every one. It is possible because drivers for this speed will not be needing a driver’s license in most states. Meanwhile, in California riders of mopeds and scooter are required to have an an M2 class license.
There are other makers such as Vespa and Honda, unsurprisingly the design of the GenZe 2.0 resembled to the aforementioned makers. The GenZe 2.0 has a tried-and-true flat-floor scooter design which makes it comfy and easy to ride plus it offers a comfortable and cushy seat. Things or stuffs and groceries can be placed securely behind into the bin.
The high tech scooter has an aluminum body. When it comes to the total weight of the vehicle it has 215 pounds. The wheels are large. It has a 16 inches up front and 12 inches at the rear which provides stability and comfort while driving. What enhances the ride quality of the vehicle is the vehicle’s full suspension and for quick stopping the accessible disc brakes front and rear makes it all possible.
The vehicle is impressive and easy to use. In addition to security, the rider need a key and a PIN code for the scooters touchscreen instrument cluster. Yes, indeed there is a 7-inch LCD mounted on the handlebars. Apart from it shows the spped and charge level the instrument has also subscreens with an eco-score, preferences and an onboard owner’s manual.