|Power||3 kW (4 hp)|
|Battery Life||800 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||3.5 hours|
The eS3 Evo is an electric scooter from pioneering electric mobility innovation company Askoll from Italy. All parts of the scooter, including the motor and battery, are custom made by the company in Italy. The scooter is thereby truly made in Italy.
The eS-series scooter is winner of many awards including the Green Prix 2015.
The eS3 Evolution is an enhanced sport version of the popular eS3.
The eS3 Evolution version has many improvements including a digital dashboard, a smart phone app and a sportive look.
The eS3 Evolution is equipped with a 3,000 watt electric motor with 130 Nm torque. The scooter has a top speed of 70 km/h.
The scooter is provided with two removable 1.4 kWh Lithium batteries for a range of 96km. The batteries can be charged in 3.5 hours.
The scooter has many accessories such as top cases, baggage racks, baskets, locks, windshields and more.
The scooter is available in any color and with business print.
The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.
2022 Askoll models
Via Industria, 30
36031 Dueville – VI
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