If you’ve always wanted to own a Ducati superbike but didn’t have space, budget, or license, there is good news. Ducati has unveiled its first electric scooter as part of its Urban e-Mobility line called the Ducati PRO I-EVO. This Italian battery-powered scooter is designed to zip around an urban environment. The frame is made out of aluminum alloy, tipping the scales at 26-pounds and offers a max carrying the weight of 220-pounds. The Ducati PRO I-EVO rides on 8.5-inch wheels with inner air tubes, like a bicycle, to allow the scooter to glide over asphalt and crack littered sidewalks. This scooter also features an anti-vibration mechanism to improve stability and safety.
The task of stopping this Ducati scooter is managed by a set of front and rear brakes. Visibility is enhanced with the aid of the PRO-I EVO’s high-visibility LED lights positioned in the front and rear. Powering the Ducati PRO I-EVO is a 280Wh battery turning a 350W brushless motor to propel the scooter to a top speed of 15 mph. The estimated max range for the Ducati PRO-I EVO is about 18 miles, depending on the rider’s weight and road conditions. However, the charging time for this electric scooter takes between three to five hours. Styling is limited since a typical scooter does not provide a large enough canvas for creativity. Nevertheless, the Ducati PRO I-EVO wears a shade of dark grey with signature Ducati red accents.
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