Keeway Showcases Its Latest Electric Innovations At EICMA

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E-Zi and Blueshark are here to electrify your world.
A large number of electric and hybrid motorcycles came to the fore at EICMA 2021. A clear indication of future times is that there is no producer who has at least expressed an interest in entering the electricity or hybrid segment. Innovations aimed at sustainable mobility included two new Keeway models – the E-Zi and Blueshark scooters.

Chinese motorcycle manufacturer Keeway, part of the two-wheeler empire known as QianJiang Motor – which may be familiar to you as Benell’s parent company – presented two electric scooters at EICMA and presents these two machines as the future of personal urban riding. mobility. The company claims that these scooters will be available from the first half of 2022 and are in a budget-friendly entry-level price range. Let’s take a closer look at these two electric scooters.

For starters, the E-Z is available in three versions: Mini, Citi and Plug. The Mini is the smallest and most beginner-friendly in this kit and has a 1000 W electric motor connected to a 48 V, 20 Ah lithium battery. This gives the scooter autonomy of about 37 miles on a single charge. Tilting at a weight of 55 kilograms, it has two driving modes consisting of Eco and Power. The Premium Citi variant gets a more powerful 1500 W engine and the option to double the range with an additional battery.

Finally, the Plug version presents itself as the most practical option thanks to its 1000 W motor and 48 V, 30 Ah battery, which ensures a range of 50 miles. The Keeway E-Zi series includes premium components such as full LED lights and a USB charging port that allows you to power your gadgets on the go. In addition, the lightweight scooter offers an intuitive user interface thanks to a digital LED display panel that acts as a control module for switching between driving modes. The Mini and Citi versions are equipped with 14-inch wheels, while the Plug version gets smaller, albeit more efficient, 12-inch wheels.

Keeway presents its latest electrical innovations at EICMA © Keeway presents its latest electrical innovations at EICMA
Moving forward, the Blueshark R1 also debuted at EICMA and is Keeway’s leading electric scooter. Unlike the E-Zi, the Blueshark is a full-size scooter rather than a small scooter. It is powered by a 3000 W motor that sips the juice of a 48 V, 30 Ah lithium battery. This gives the scooter a top speed of 80 kilometers per hour and a range of around 100 miles on a single charge. It is also available in the Lite version, with the engine cranking at half the speed of 27 miles per hour.

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