The compact vehicle can be folded to resemble a small table on wheels and easily converted into a scooter by extending the handlebars, seat and rear wheel. Despite the lightweight aluminum chassis and wheels, the Motocompacto weighs 41 kg, which puts it in the same weight category as conventional electric scooters. The power reserve is up to 19 km and charging takes 3.5 hours.
This scooter is designed for easy transportation in the car or on public transport and is aimed at city dwellers.
Honda plans to launch the Motocompacto in November priced “under $995.”
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