Naon, a German-based electric vehicle (EV) firm, has introduced the first battery-powered two-wheeler in the form of Zero One. Since this is just a pre-production prototype, the electric scooter isn’t available for pre-bookings as yet.
Naon will offer Zero One in two different configurations: L1e and L3e.
The former will cost Euros 4,920 (about INR 4.20 lakh), while the latter will cost Euros 6,420 (approximately INR 5.48 lakh) (both prices inclusive of taxes). Zero One, on the other hand, is likely to be positioned as a luxury electric scooter, based on its distinctive form and cost.
The style of Zero One is what sets it apart from the rest of the modern e-scooters. Naon’s Zero One takes an innovative but minimalist design, with just few body panels. The overall design is simple and subtle, but the scooter’s geometric proportions give it a more angular appearance.
Additionally, a rectangular single bar LED headlamp situated on the windshield complements a streamlined tail light configuration under the seat.
Naon Zero One is equipped with a replaceable 2.4 kWh Lithium-ion battery that provides a range of 70 kilometres on a single charge. With the installation of a battery pack, its range might be increased to 140 kilometres on a single charge.
The frame and body panels are constructed entirely of recyclable materials. Front and rear disc brakes with anti-lock braking assist the driver.
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