Automobile giant Honda has come up with the new Motocompacto e-scooter. It is being advertised as an all-electric personal transportation vehicle.
As per the company, it is perfect for cityscapes and college campuses.
A zero-emissions EV, the Motocompacto was designed by Honda engineers in Ohio and California. According to the manufacturer, this EV quickly transforms into a light and stackable carrying case that one can carry in a vehicle or public transport.
It takes up to 3.5 hours to fully charge. The ultra-compact foldable model comes with features such as a cushy seat, secure grip foot pegs, on-board storage, digital speedometer, charge gauge, carry handle, a phone app to adjust personal settings via Bluetooth, bright LED headlight and taillight, side reflectors, welded steel lock loop on the kickstand.
It will be in the market in November at a price of $995 (approx. Rs 82,915). It can be purchased online from Honda’s official website.
The maximum speed of this compact EV is 15 mph and it has a travel range of up to 12 miles.