Niu unveils two new electric scooters developed specifically for European market
At a stylish unveiling event held recently at the Louvre Museum in Paris, Chinese electric scooter manufacturer Niu unveiled its two new electric scooters developed especially for the European market.
The new electric scooters unveiled by Niu are the Niu M+ scooter and the Niu N-GT scooter. The sales of the two scooters in Europe will likely be commenced by Niu in 2019; with the Niu M+ to be priced at $2,700, and the N-GT to be priced at $5,300.
The Niu M+ electric scooter is an entry-model, based on Niu’s existing M-series line of scooters. The Niu M+ will be available in two options --- M+ Sport and M+ Pro, respectively equipped with a 1.5 kWh battery and a 2 kWh battery. The battery packs will come with a 3-year warranty.
The Niu M+ scooter will offer a 130 km (81 miles) range on a full battery charge, and its top speed will be 45 km/h (28 mph).
The Niu N-GT electric scooter will be a higher-end scooter as compared to its Niu M+ sibling. It will be equipped with an upgraded 3 kW Bosch motor, and will have a top speed of 70 km/h (43.5 mph). Its maximum range will be 170 km (106 miles); and its battery packs will also come with a 3-year warranty.
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