Honda Motocompacto, the latest foldable electric scooter. Ready for distribution now at select Honda and Acura dealers across the United States. It can run at up to 15 mph (24 km/h) for a distance of 12 miles (19 km) and is priced at $995 or about 35,000 baht.
Motocompacto was first launched in September. Designed by Honda engineers in the United States. Designed to focus on getting around downtown or a college campus.
When folded, the Motocompacto is small enough to fit in the trunk of your car, just like the Motocompo from which the original was inspired. It has a 49 cc engine producing 2.5 PS (1.8 kW / 2.5 hp) and a top speed of 18 mph (29 km/h), the most notable of which is the Honda City Turbo II’s ability to be folded and placed in the trunk of a car. 1983
The new Motocompacto comes with a 490-watt (0.6 horsepower) electric motor, powered by a 6.8 Ah battery, and equipped with a built-in charger that allows charging in just 3.5 hours.
The frame is made of aluminum and weighs 18.7 kg, and objects can be stacked. This makes it possible to store more than one vehicle in the trunk. Honda claims it’s easy to drive. It’s designed with safety and durability in mind, plus its compact size (3.7 inches wide, 21.1 inches high, and 29.2 inches long when folded) makes it easy to use on public transportation.
Supports connection to an application for your smartphone that provides information about the charging status. Battery health, travel calculators and more
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