UJET Folding Electric Scooter

Oct 30, 2018

Category: Rides

Urban commuting can be painful, at least in terms of parking and never-ending traffic. Thankfully, it appears Luxembourg-based UJET has developed the perfect solution with this foldable electric scooter.

Fully equipped with two battery packs for up to 150 km of range and near silent yet ever-so-smooth mobility, this e-scooter is a 21st Century city-roaming-ride at its finest. We say that because not only does the UJET host a futuristic appearance but exceptional functionality as well. We’re talking a Bluetooth speaker, magnesium fiber frame, front-facing HD camera to record video, a touchscreen display, integrated GPS, 3G, voice control, and music playback thanks to onboard WiFi. Users can also remotely lock and unlock the scooter via a compatible smartphone application for a truly hands-free experience. Available now.

Purchase: $9,850+

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