Nimoto Classy 2000, Classic Looks, Zero Local Emissions [Photo Gallery]
Taking a look at the price tags for similar machines, you'll instantly see that Nimoto is really into offering affordable electric scooters: €1,999 ($2,612) for the lead battery version, and €2,799 ($3,658) for the Lithium one.
The range varies between 50 and 80 km (31 to 50 miles) for the two batteries, with a charging time of 5-7 hours (lead) and 3-5 hours (Lithium). The Lithium battery comes with the advantage of quickly charging to 80% in just 2 hours so it's very convenient if you're in a hurry. Even more, the Nimoto Classy 2000 comes with an independent charger and can be hooked to any wall outlet.
The instruments are simple and very easy to read, and the 13 L (0.45 cf) top case provides storage space for personal items. With a top speed of 45 km/h (28 mph) the Nimoto Classy 2000 will most likely require some sort of license to be driven.
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