Named the Electric Scooter 4 Pro, the new model builds on top of its predecessor with enhanced features to give you both additional speed and range. While the majority of its design language remains similar, the latest offering has now been upgraded with a new motor that can push out a maximum power output of 700W. Paired with a 12,400mAh battery, it’s now capable of reaching speeds of up to 25km/h in its Sports mode and 45km in range when put in Eco mode.
The entire package weighs just 17kg thanks to its aerospace-grade aluminum body construction but will hold up to 120kg in passenger capacity. Its size has been slightly made larger to accommodate for a more comfortable ride, while features such as a magnetic charging port and tubeless, puncture-resistant self-sealing tire keep maintenance as easy as possible.
Unfortunately, there’s no launch date just yet for Xiaomi’s Electric Scooter 4 Pro, but it’ll be available for €650 EUR (approx. $665 USD) in the near future.
Elsewhere in tech, ASUS has unveiled the Zenfone 9.