January 4, 2017
Everyone remembers the popularity of the Razor scooter. Every kid between the age of 4 and 40 was riding down the street with the confidence of an X-Games athlete. Tragically, everyone began ridiculing people that used this means of transportation for anything more than casual fun. Fortunately, one company is taking personal transportation seriously with a hi-tech scooter that would make George Jetson take notice.
Immotor is the scooter of the future. For starters, getting around has never been easier than on this device. In addition to being completely electric, this scooter has more features than you can handle, from a Bluetooth speaker and GPS technology to accident awareness alerts and blinking brake lights. You can ride it for personal transportation, you can set it to “Power Mode” for simple hauling, and you can fold it for simple portability. This thing has it all!
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“We recognize the demand for safe and innovative battery-powered transport systems,” said Daniel Huang, CEO of Immotor. “For some time now, most of the new electric transports are being built using heavy, old batteries – and primarily using existing product designs. With Immotor GO we wanted to introduce something new, especially considering that 38% of all trips are in a personal vehicle, with a single occupant. Designed from the ground up and with zero emissions, it makes travel efficient, cheap, environmentally friendly, fun and above all – smart.”
Yes, this scooter can take you anywhere. But it can also make sure you are prepared for anything their patented new battery system. With this smart battery, you can not only power your Immotor, but you can also charge other devices, like smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Dubbed the Super Battery, it has it’s own operating system that guarantees you’ll be safe no matter where you ride.
According to their Indiegogo campaign, which raised just over $170,000, these scooters will likely ship in late March of 2017. They are available for preorder and will cost $1,099.
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