Erik Buell has gained recognition for designing a variety of high-speed motorcycles. Recently, he introduced the Fuell Fllow scooter, his most inventive project to date. Could it be true? Wait for his response.
With the increasing popularity of electric transport, the Fuell Flow emerges as a significant player in the market. One way this technology aims to stand out is by combining the strengths of electric motorcycles and scooters.
"When you take into account the growing restrictions in city centers and focus on the duty cycles for urban and suburban use, the relevance of new types of urban scooters and urban motorcycles makes a lot more sense."
Specifically, the design of the scooter incorporates a high-voltage system to enable fast charging comparable to filling a gas tank in competitive time frames. The Fllow also boasts a smart design with ample onboard storage, surpassing the capacity of most conventional scooters.
Additionally, he ensures the integration of advanced connectivity and safety technology, enhancing the overall riding experience and meeting the standards for all other product categories. The battery pack is placed low so that there is no need for bulky and unsightly rear motor drive components. The Fllow also makes use of contemporary technologies by working in tandem with smartphones.
Originally, the scooter is anticipated to cost $12,995, but now early birds may purchase one for just $9,995. However, the company has not disclosed any concrete delivery dates.