ByGoraud Mazanec 2019-09-18 2560
When Mercedes-Benz released its all-electric SUV EQC, it mentioned that it would launch a pure electric two-wheeled travel tool. At the same time, double-wheeled scooters are regarded as an important means of traffic travel to solve the last one kilometer problem.
The Mercedes-Benz e-scooter, which is classified in the Mercedes-Benz EQ E-Scooter series, is expected to go on sale in 2020 in partnership with Mirco, a professional electric skateboard maker. Given that the electric skateboard may enter and leave indoor places such as office buildings and parking garages, the performance may not be very good. Well, safety matters, whether you drive or ride a bike.
While Mercedes-Benz has also sold a lot of things around the electric skateboard and kept a lot of details secret, judging from the pictures revealed now, the prototype may have come from Micro's Suspension or Merlin model.
Mercedes-Benz has not been the only car company keen on two-wheeled electric products in the past few years. BMW, Volkswagen and Ford all dabble in the field of two-wheeled electric vehicles. The last kilometer and light travel must be a big market in the future.
But Mercedes-Benz is different because Mercedes-Benz also has Hamilton, allowing F1 champions to run a lap on the track with an electric skateboard and set a new record for electric skateboarding.
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