One Moto Electa is an electric vehicle that simulates a Vespa

Many people may not be familiar with the One Moto before. In the UK there has been a movement of various transport changes. Only focus on electrical power transmission. Unlike the One Moto, the Electa has been designed for the retro-scooter style that is popular around the world as we know it as Vespa.    The fast-growing LEV market, the Electa, is One Moto's newest two-wheeler. But it's 100% electric, about the shape and appearance, if anyone looks past. You'll think it's a Vespa, or a classic Lambretta, with round headlights. Curved footrests and windshields or slim body. At first glance, you might think it's a Vespa Smallframe from the 1960s.  Even though it looks classic, it's packed with modernity like a smartphone connection. and can display various value alerts accurately And can also analyze the use of the battery as well.    As for performance, the Electa is pretty impressive too. It can reach a maximum distance of 150 km per 100% charge. The battery contains a 72V, 45 Ah lithium-ion unit which can be removed and charged separately. It takes about four hours to fully charge the battery. Meanwhile, the scooter is powered by a brushless DC motor that has a continuous output power of 3.2 kW or 4.3 hp and can reach a top speed of 96-100 (depending on the rider's weight) with a load capacity of 150 kg. But the car weighs only 115 kg only.    One Moto has a UK dealer. United Arab Emirates and India Electa is sold at a price of about 4,500 US dollars.

Many people may not be familiar with the One Moto before. In the UK there has been a movement of various transport changes. Only focus on electrical power transmission. Unlike the One Moto, the Electa has been designed for the retro-scooter style that is popular around the world as we know it as Vespa.

The fast-growing LEV market, the Electa, is One Moto's newest two-wheeler. But it's 100% electric, about the shape and appearance, if anyone looks past. You'll think it's a Vespa, or a classic Lambretta, with round headlights. Curved footrests and windshields or slim body. At first glance, you might think it's a Vespa Smallframe from the 1960s.

Many people may not be familiar with the One Moto before. In the UK there has been a movement of various transport changes. Only focus on electrical power transmission. Unlike the One Moto, the Electa has been designed for the retro-scooter style that is popular around the world as we know it as Vespa.    The fast-growing LEV market, the Electa, is One Moto's newest two-wheeler. But it's 100% electric, about the shape and appearance, if anyone looks past. You'll think it's a Vespa, or a classic Lambretta, with round headlights. Curved footrests and windshields or slim body. At first glance, you might think it's a Vespa Smallframe from the 1960s.  Even though it looks classic, it's packed with modernity like a smartphone connection. and can display various value alerts accurately And can also analyze the use of the battery as well.    As for performance, the Electa is pretty impressive too. It can reach a maximum distance of 150 km per 100% charge. The battery contains a 72V, 45 Ah lithium-ion unit which can be removed and charged separately. It takes about four hours to fully charge the battery. Meanwhile, the scooter is powered by a brushless DC motor that has a continuous output power of 3.2 kW or 4.3 hp and can reach a top speed of 96-100 (depending on the rider's weight) with a load capacity of 150 kg. But the car weighs only 115 kg only.    One Moto has a UK dealer. United Arab Emirates and India Electa is sold at a price of about 4,500 US dollars.

Even though it looks classic, it's packed with modernity like a smartphone connection. and can display various value alerts accurately And can also analyze the use of the battery as well.

As for performance, the Electa is pretty impressive too. It can reach a maximum distance of 150 km per 100% charge. The battery contains a 72V, 45 Ah lithium-ion unit which can be removed and charged separately. It takes about four hours to fully charge the battery. 

Meanwhile, the scooter is powered by a brushless DC motor that has a continuous output power of 3.2 kW or 4.3 hp and can reach a top speed of 96-100 (depending on the rider's weight) with a load capacity of 150 kg. But the bike weighs only 115 kg only.

One Moto has a UK dealer. United Arab Emirates and India Electa is sold at a price of about 4,500 US dollars.

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