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Horwin CR6

Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt
Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt 85
Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt 85
Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt 85
Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt 85
Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt 85
Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt 85
Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt 85
Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt 85
Battery18650 Lithium
Range150 km
Charge Time3 hours
Power7.2 kW (9.7 hp)
PriceC$8.578
made in Austria  

Specifications

BrandHorwin
ModelCR6
SpeedMotorcycle
Power7.2 kW (9.7 hp)
Weight134 kg
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life2,000 cycles
Range150 km
Charge Time3 hours
 

The CR6 is a electric moped from electric vehicle manufacturer Horwin from Austria. The company is dedicated to intelligent electric vehicles.

The CR6 has a powerful 7,200 watt electric motor for a top speed of 95 km/h. The motor provides 296 Nm torque for an acceleration from 0-60 km/h in 6 seconds.

The motor is oil cooled for optimal performance.

The moped has a lithium battery for a range of 150 km. The battery is of the same type as the batteries in the Tesla Model S.

The moped has front and rear disc brakes with EBS.

The moped provides comfortable space for two passengers.

The moped has many innovations including key-less start and anti-theft.

Horwin provides 2 years warranty on the battery.

The moped is available in many colors.

The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

2020 Horwin models

CR6 ProHorwin CR6 Pro electric moped 100
C$10.180
18650 Lithium
130 km
CR6Horwin CR6 electric moped 7200 watt 100
C$8.578
18650 Lithium
150 km
EK3Horwin EK3 electric scooter 6700 watt 100
C$4.937
18650 Lithium
200 km
 

Sales Department

Horwin
Kammersdorf 173
A-2033 Kammersdorf
Austria

Phone: +43 2953 23 25
Email: info@horwin.eu

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Electric Scooter: clean air / healthy city air

Disc Brakes: air pollution

Air Pollution by Disc Brakes causes 20% of the total emissions by a standard car and the pollution (ultra-fine dust) is more toxic for humans than exhaust fumes.

"Vehicle tailpipe emissions are going down, but the emissions from disc brakes will remain to some extent, even if you drive an electric car," Weber said. "Therefore, this kind of process will continue to play out in the future and will be an important consideration when we look at the health effects of particulate matter." (Phys.org)