Anyone searching for a truly portable last mile electric scooter may be interested in a new design created by the developers at WideWheel, who have launched their new electric scooter via Indiegogo this month. The team of already raised over double their required pledge goal making sure that the electric scooter makes the jump into production. The Widewheel as the name suggests is fitted with ultra-wide tyres measuring 100mm in width, as well as front and rear suspension providing a comfortable ride for users without sacrificing portability.
The Widewheel electric scooter is available to back from $298 for super earlybird backers and comes equipped with a 36V 4.4Ah rechargeable battery that is capable of providing a range of up to 9 miles or 15 km. If you would prefer a larger range an upgrade to an 8.8Ah battery is also available offering a range of 18.5 miles or 30 km.
Constructed from solid aluminium magnesium alloy frame is lightweight and durable and is fitted with an integrated 120 mm brake disc, and a maximum speed of 22 mph or 35 km/h. The on-board motor is capable of powering up 15 degree inclines and the overall weight of the electric scooter is 13.5 kg when equipped with the smaller battery or 14.9 kg and equipped with the larger range 8.8Ah battery pack.
For more information and full specifications as well as all available pledges, jump over to the official Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.