Production of high-end electric scooters from Rolls-Royce to begin
Introducing the Bo M, a sophisticated scooter that is set to revolutionize urban transportation. Bo claims that this sleek and innovative scooter is the world's most advanced, and soon, you'll have the opportunity to put it to the test. Developed by two engineers formerly of Williams F1 Advanced Engineering and a Jaguar Land Rover designer, the Bo M aims to redefine the art of gliding through the city on two wheels.
The Bo M boasts a luxury automotive-inspired design that is sure to turn heads. Its Monocurve chassis, made from high strength aluminum, provides a lightweight and robust structure. This unique design also allows for separate steering, which is essential for the implementation of Bo's Safesteer technology. This groundbreaking feature utilizes bespoke wound torsion springs to deliver predictable steering correction and eliminate speed wobbles.
In addition to its advanced engineering, the Bo M offers a range of tech innovations. The rider stands on an 'Airdeck' engineered from elastomer and anti-vibration foam, providing a smooth and comfortable ride. Daytime running lights, inspired by luxury cars, ensure excellent visibility, while a powerful 800 lumen headlight takes center stage. The Bo M also features regenerative braking, a rear light that flashes under braking, and a clever Lock and Load system integrated into the Monocurve Chassis.
Performance-wise, the Bo M is equipped with a high torque motor that delivers a peak power output of 1200W and a top speed of up to 35 km/h. Its battery capacity of 655Wh allows for a range of 50km. The Bo M is priced at £2,249 and will initially launch in the UK, with plans to expand to the US in the near future.
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