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Motogrini E:mail

Motogrini e:mail delivery scooter
Motogrini e:mail delivery scooter 85
Motogrini e:mail delivery scooter 85
BatteryAGM (gel)
Range120 km
Charge Time8 hours
Power2 kW (2.7 hp)
PriceC$4.090
Cargo / Delivery
made in Serbia  

Specifications

BrandMotogrini
ModelE:MAIL
Speed25 and 45 km/h
Power2 kW (2.7 hp)
Weight115 kg
BatteryAGM (gel)
Battery Life500 cycles β„Ή
Range120 km
Charge Time8 hours
 

The E:mail is an electric delivery scooter from e-scooter pioneer Motogrini from Serbia.Β Motogrini is the first company in Serbia that introduced an electric scooter on the market. In 2016, the company was the first ever to take part in the Tesla Rally with an electric scooter. The company is dedicated to make “green” mobility a success.

The scooter has a 2,000 watt electric motor for a maximum speed of 40 km/h and the capacity to driveΒ 20Β° uphill while carrying a load of up to 195 kg.

The scooter has two 72 Volt, 20 Ah Silicon AGM gel batteries for a range of 100-120 km. The charge time is 8-10 hours.

The scooter is available as a Lite version with a single battery and a range of 60 km.

The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped world wide.

 

 

2019 Motogrini models

E:MAILMotogrini e:mail delivery scooter 100
C$4.090
AGM (gel)
120 km
E:MOTION 2072motogrini 2072 100
C$3.591
AGM (gel)
80 km
E:MOTION 1572motogrini 1572 100
C$2.858
AGM (gel)
80 km
E:CONe:con fold-able electric scooter 100
C$2.770
LiFePo4 (LFP)
30 km
E:MOTION 1560e:motion electric scooter 100
C$2.565
AGM (gel)
60 km
E:MOTION 1260e:motion 1260 100
C$2.272
AGM (gel)
60 km
 

Sales Department

MOTOGRINI Gruppo
Sava Centar
Milentija Popovica 9
Belgrade
Serbia

Phone: +381 11 22 06 100
+381 66 22 06 10 (VIBER)
Email: office@motogrini.com

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β„Ή 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)