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Keeway Electric scooter

Keeway Electric scooter
11 Nov
Written by Two wheels

KEEWAY E-ZI, THE ELECTRIC SURPRISE

Shaken by the many new Benelli brands, EICMA 2018 also showed the unexpected debut of the Keeway brand in the electric world. It's called E-Zi and it's the new way of understanding sustainable mobility according to Keeway. A modern, light and manoeuvrable electric scooter , designed to get around town with great ease, always with the utmost respect for the environment.

Harmonic lines and attractive design, E-Zi (approved as a moped) is offered in two versions. The first has a motor with a maximum power of 800 W (with an autonomy of 90 km at a maximum speed of 45 km / h), a lithium battery (60V, 16 Ah), and 10 ”wheels with 80/90 tires, for a total weight of 62 kg. The second version of E-Zi has instead a heartbeat of 1200 W (with an autonomy of 70 km at the maximum speed of 50 km / h), lithium battery (60V, 20Ah), and mounts 12 "wheels with tires of respectively 80/90 and 120/70, for a weight of 65 kg. In both cases the motor is supplied by Bosch .

The braking system has a disc brake of 180 mm in diameter and a 110 mm brake in front. The instrumentation is entirely LED, as is the optical unit, with a unique and modern design. This Keeway e-scooter, available in white, black, gray and red, will be available from the end of 2019 .

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