Electric vehicles are in fashion, there is no doubt about that. Until a couple of years ago we did not see any or almost none on the street, now it is enough to take a walk through the center of Madrid or Barcelona to see cars, motorcycles, bicycles and scooters of this type.
Precisely, Xiaomi had a very important role in the rise of electric scooters, its Xiaomi Mija model has become a king of sales. If you see an electric scooter on the street there is a good chance that this is what we are talking about.
After that 'boom', many companies have entered the market by launching their own versions. The last example is Hyundai, who just announced his new electric scooter, folding and, what is more curious, you can charge directly in the car! To continue; the details.
Electric scooter that you can charge in the car
Hyundai wants to take over the electric scooters market and has hit the table when presenting its new electric model, foldable and, the most special: it can be loaded with cars of the same firm, although which have not been specified.
The scooter can be integrated directly into the electrical circuit of the car, so it will automatically charge with the electricity produced while driving. As you can see in the following video, it seems that cars will have a space in which we can insert the scooter.
According to the firm, this characteristic will facilitate drivers an agile and efficient mobility in short journeys. Users can park the car and continue with the electric scooter without fear of running out of battery.
Autonomy of 20 km and speed of 20 km / h
The Hyundai scooter has rear wheel drive to improve driver safety and stability, according to the brand. Have also added front wheel suspension to offer a smooth ride, even when driving on uneven surfaces.
This vehicle integrates a 10.5 Ah lithium battery that allows to reach a maximum speed of 20 kilometers per hour and one 20 kilometer autonomy. The folding electric scooter weighs 7.7 kilograms and incorporates two LED headlights and two taillights for night driving.
Hyundai has not given data on its launch date or price, although they have explained that they plan to install a regenerative braking system to increase scooter autonomy by 7%. How about the new Hyundai? Would you buy one?