Quantya Unveils Two New 2-Wheeled Electric Models
In brief: In secret, Quantya has been working on two new electric motorcycle variants to go with their already popular motorcycles, the Track and Strada. The models are a city scooter and a children's (junior) motocross bike.
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Make/Model: Squter P1, MMX
The scooter is the Squter P1. It has a maximum speed of 50mph, a 43 mile range per charge ("mixed cycle"), and classic scooter design. It uses the same type of DC axial gap motor and lithium polymer batteries as other Quantya cycles.
The MMX is a junior bike that has been developed both for sale and as a rental for the Quantya Parx for amateur motocross opening across Europe. The MMX has a top speed of 30mph and about an hour of battery time. Batteries require only an hour to fast-charge.
And so ...
Both bikes debuted at the Swiss-Moto Show in Zurich this weekend.
Photo credits: Quantya
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