Lenovo, known as a manufacturer of laptops and smartphones, has expanded its range of branded products and entered the electric vehicle market. The company introduced its first electric scooter called M2 Electric Scooter. The model features a lightweight folding body, a decent range of travel, and an affordable price tag.
The claimed maximum speed of the new product is 25 km/h, and on a single battery charge, the scooter with an electric motor can travel up to 30 kilometers without "refueling". Lenovo M2 Electric Scooter is equipped with a triple braking and shock absorption system, the maximum load on the body of the scooter is 120 kilograms.
The two-wheeled vehicle in a minimalistic design made of aluminum alloy is protected from splashes and dust according to the IP54 standard, and its 10-inch inflatable wheels have a water-repellent protector. The scooter is easy to carry thanks to its folding design and light weight, which is 15 kg.
On the steering wheel of the model is an LCD display that displays the speed, transmission, and remaining battery charge. You can also use the mobile app to view this data.
The Lenovo M2 Electric Scooter has already gone on sale in China for $282.