At the end of last year, Segway gave us a glimpse of several of its upcoming urban scooters. Now, the company has pre sold the C80 on indiegogo. The C80 looks like a basic sit down electric car, but it’s equipped with pedals, so it’s also an electric bike, Segway said. In most states, riders don’t need a license to use it. < / P > < p > emoped is powered by a 750W electric motor. It can achieve a maximum speed of 20 mph (32 km / h) by twisting the throttle handle. It also provides an automatic cruise function, which can maintain the selected speed as long as the button is pressed. There is an LED indicator at the end of each handle to display the power on status. The riding information such as riding speed and remaining power is displayed on the LED dashboard in the middle of the handlebar. Under the seat is a set of removable 48V, 24Ah, 1152wh lithium-ion batteries that provide a range of up to 52.8 miles (85km) per charge. < / P > < p > the braking force comes from the front disc brake and the rear drum brake. When decelerating, the regenerative braking recovery device can also trickle some energy back to the battery, and the ambient light sensor will automatically judge whether the LED headlight should be turned on. The bumps on the road are smoothed out by the front fork and the center spring suspension, with a small shelf in the back. < / P > < p > Segway has joined a self-management system it calls rideygo! Including smart seat detection, which will automatically lock the body a few seconds after the driver gets off the car. When you need to ride again, you can lock the C80 by brushing the NFC tag on the top of the dashboard, or unlock the vehicle using the companion app running on the smartphone. < / P > < p > if the parking C80 has any abnormal action, it will send a notice to the user’s mobile phone, and at the same time, it will trigger the sound and light alarm on the electric motorcycle, and lock the wheels after 3 to 4 seconds. In case of vehicle theft, it can also track its position with the help of GPS through the mobile phone application. < / P > < p > currently, C80 has been launched in indiegogo, with the price of early bird starting from $1899, and the retail price is expected to be $2199. If all goes well, it is estimated that shipment will start in November. Privacy Policy