With Covid-19 vaccines available and restrictions being lifted, people are getting ready to travel again this summer. A recent poll revealed tourists are looking for eco-friendly options that allow them to experience nature.
Yadea’s C1S lets users enjoy the best of electric mobility and luxurious but sustainable vehicles. Inspired by the elegant, simple and retro lines of vintage cars, Kiska designed a motorcycle that also has a futuristic look.
This electric scooter allows for enjoying long days, as it features a self-adjusting technology of its bright LED headlamps, based on the lighting conditions while driving. Yadea’s C1S is also coated with IP57 waterproofing, which will keep the motor and scooter safe in case of encountering rain.
Although the eco-friendly scooter was made for short and mid-distance local trips, Yadea’s C1S has beat the Guinness world record for longest trip on an electric scooter. The vehicle is powered by a GTR 3.0 motor, meaning that the C1S can go from 0 to 60 km/h in just a few seconds.
The scooter gets its power from a Panasonic 18650 lithium battery and comes with an expandable dual battery support, and it boasts a maximum of 2.2kW of output power. This features doubles the e-scooter’s endurance and allows for it to travel up to 70 kilometers (43 miles) on a single charge.
Even though it’s technically a scooter, Yadea’s C1S has a hydraulic shock absorption system similar to that used on motorcycles, this means that the scooter can comfortably travel on different types of terrain. As for safety, the e-scooter features a smart power management system with nine levels of safety protection against overcurrent, short-circuit, overcharge, and more.