$0.2c A Kilometer Scooter With 1,000W Engine Revealed

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A German TP Scooter that costs $2,800 and comes with a 1,000W zero-emissions electric engine will cost approximetly $0.2c a kilometre to run.

Capable of 50 kilometres an hour the matt-black German made scooter folds down to just 139cm long, 35cm wide and 62cm high. It’ll fit easily into the boot of a 4 wheel drive vehicle or can be taken on a train or put into the hold of an aeroplane using a supplied designer bag.


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The scooter has a removable battery and standard plug which means you can top up the power while at work or in a coffee shop.

For added style, the Maximilian II scooter has been fitted with 12.5in racing motorbike tyres on aluminium rims, with self-sealing tubes. Also available is a 500W Ferdinand II ($2,000) version.

Similar in classification to 50cc scooters, they can be driven anywhere in Australia.


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In Europe the scooter is exempt from road tax which may not happen in some States of Australia.

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