At the end of last year, Segway gave us a glimpse of a few of its upcoming urban mobility electric two-wheelers, including an eMoped. Now the company has put that C80 model up for pre-order on Indiegogo.
The C80 has the look of a basic sit-on scooter but rocks pedals so is also an ebike, with Segway saying that riders won’t require a license to use it in most US states.
The eMoped is powered by a 750-W motor for a top speed of 20 mph (32 km/h) via the twist-grip throttle, with an auto cruise feature available that will maintain a selected speed at the push of a button. Each grip ends in an LED indicator for at-a-glance, color-coded status verification. Ride information such as speed and remaining charge are displayed on an LED dash in the middle of the handlebars. And a removable 48-V, 24-Ah, 1,152-Wh Li-ion battery