So if the Ninebot’s scooters were not able to impress you, well then Xiaomi’s new line of scooters will. The eco chain company which comes under Xiaomi has now unveiled its new e-bikes under a separate E-series which are there to provide users with amazing efficiency in terms of travelling The new E-series comes in 5 variants which have been dubbed as the E80C, E90, E100, E125, and E200P distinguished by their maximum speed, battery range, and other features.
The high-end or premium model in the series is the E200P and the company claim that this particular scooter can give you a range of 200 KM and on top of that it can also reach speeds of 100 km/h while the base-version, the E80C can reach a mere 51 km/h and has a range of about 90 KM. Other than that, the E90 has a range of 100 KM and a max speed of 55 km/h. Both E80 and E90 are gain power from a 1.2KW battery. On the other hand, the E100 is powered by a 1.8KW battery which provides the user access to speeds of about 60-65 km/h with a range of 100km-200km depending on the traveling speed.
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Next the E125 gains power from a 2.4KW battery which in turn allows the model to reach 80-100km/h coupled along with a pretty good range of 120-240 km, also depending on the speed. The E200 has a whopping 5KW battery and can reach up to 100 km/h with a range of 200km. So quite like the C-series, the bikes in this particular series come with multiple smart features which include the provision of assistance when going up a hill and switching modes according to other scenes. Now with the help of sensors and smart scene recognition, the bike can be driven at the touch of a button which should help you get by easily.
The bike also has positional tracking (GPS) along with a remote-controlled lock and a security alarm which triggers if you lose the lock so all in all in terms of security these bikes are well equipped. It boasts an anti-theft system and an anti-theft module. While the rest of the series is powered by a lithium-ion battery, the E80C uses a completely self-developed lead-acid battery system. An SOS signal is sent along with the location of the rider to an emergency contact if the bike develops a fault on the move and if it isn’t used for a while, it will notify the user to charge it.