It wasn’t that long ago when we first introduced electric stand-up scooters to the masses.
Given the fun factor associated with these devices, it’s not surprising that many people were quick to adopt them.
Even though each model looks slightly different, they are often based on similar design principles.
Most of them follow a skateboard-like design with several wheels instead of one large one, while others feature a trike layout.
The latest addition to this segment is the Skyer Ultra-Fast, an electric stand-up scooter created by Israeli-based Skyer Motors.
At its core, the Ultra-Fast is similar to most other electric scooters out there. It rides just like a regular skateboard does
Skyer Motors isn’t just about producing cutting-edge electronics. They are also trying to make the world a cleaner place.
The latest addition is Skyer Ultra-Fast, an All-in-one e-scooter that promises high performance in urban commuting.
It utilizes high-quality components for high speed riding with good battery life. The scooter can travel up to 33 miles on a single charge.
Skyer believes that its creation, unlike the Ultra Fast, will be perfectly safe for riders — and we’ll agree.
With a top speed of 100 kilometres per hour or 60 miles per hour, the Ultra-Fast Electric Scooter looks sure to provide a thrilling, albeit short-lived, ride.
And yet, the Ultra-Fast Electric Scooter is something extraordinary indeed, and far more than just a quick-fold little scooter.
It’s not quite an electric motorcycle but instead sits somewhere in the middle ground between the two worlds, offering silent running to distinguish itself from gas-powered scooters clearly.
The Ultra-Fast electric scooter is powered by two electric motors with a combined peak power output of five kilowatts (6.7 horsepower).
The scooter relies on a trike configuration that features ultra-wide, scale patterned wheels for both stability and to provide that luxurious ride.
Capable of accommodating riders weighing up to 100 kilograms (220 lbs), the vehicle also comes with a large lithium-ion battery pack.
However, we may still need to see how the scooter enthusiasts adapt to this scooter.
via Skyler Motors r