Electric Scooter for adults with iPhone integration

The auto industry seems to be embracing electric vehicles far more now than at any time in the past, but this was always going to happen as battery technology moves forward — although not at the pace we would like. It’s all very well having an electric car, but we should not forget about scooters, as these are even more practical to use the cleaner energy.

There’s a new electric scooter for adults, and is very different to those you have seen before, as it comes with iPhone integration, allowing you to dock your iPhone. What’s so good about this feature is how your driving data will then be sent to your iPhone, so that you can monitor it by logging onto a web service.

Japanese built Terra A4000i is more of an e-Scooter and comes with a very powerful motor, which gives the vehicle a decent amount of acceleration and a top speed of 40 mph and a range of 40 miles on a single charge. This makes it the ideal scooter if you have a short commute to work.

Amazing battery removal feature — What makes the Terra A4000i EV Scooter even more unique is how you can remove the rechargeable battery, allowing you to take it and charge it if you do not have a charging facility near where you park your scooter.

Going back to the iPhone facility on this electric scooter for adults, it will only work if you have an iPhone 3G or above and all data will be updated on a daily basis. This means that if you feel you are using far too much battery power during a day, then you can study the data and see how you are able to conserve a little more, just as you can while driving a hybrid vehicle.

Source: Terra Motors.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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