Aike T electric scooter running 40 km in single charge launched with anti-theft features, know the price


Aike T Electric Scooter has been launched in Europe. It is a lightweight electric scooter equipped with modern features. This EV can go up to 40 kilometers in a single charge. Its maximum speed is 25 km. Support for USB Type C charging has also been provided in Aike T E-Scooter. Its battery is removable and weighs only 19kg. This electric vehicle can also be charged with the USB C port and the accompanying company charger.

Aike T e-scooter price

The Aike T e-scooter has been launched in Europe. Pre-orders have started for this. The price of the electric scooter is € 999 (about 80 thousand rupees). By giving it € 69 (about 5 thousand rupees), the company Website Pre-booking can be done by visiting. The company says that currently only 500 units are available for pre-order. Its first shipment is said to be done in November 2022.

Aike T e-scooter features

The Aike T e-scooter is a lightweight electric scooter that weighs only 19 kg. It has a 583kWh removable battery. This scooter comes with modern and some special features. USB Type C port has been supported in it for charging. Apart from this, it can also be charged with the charger provided by the company. The scooter takes 8 hours to charge with USB C and 4 hours with a normal charger. This EV can go up to 40 kilometers in a single charge. Its maximum speed is 25 km.

Talking about other features, a mount has been given in the middle of its handle on which the smartphone can be placed and used for navigation. The scooter has a 350W electric motor. It is rated IPX5. The company says that it can work well in -17 degree to 35 degree. A weight of up to 150 kg can be carried on this EV. It also comes with anti-theft features such as smartphone notification, built-in alarm and automatic brake lock. Its location can also be tracked with the help of GPS.

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