Exo Neutrino the pocket sized electric scooter26 July 2011
Exit Monkey and Dax, here is their high-tech substitute, the Neutrino developed by Exo-bikes.
At the inception of Exo-bikes there is Favor, an Estonian company established in 1990 that specializes in working with thin metal sheets.
In 2009 a team composed of a designer, an electrical and a mechanical engineer has been set up to design a compact two-wheeler for urban use.
The Neutrino was born, a “pocket size” electric scooter, minimalist but functional, its structure is composed of thin sheets of aluminum for a weight of 45kg. It offers a range of 50 to 60km with a speed limited to 45kph.
In pre-production phase the first units should be available by the end of the year in Northern Europe, in the Baltic Sea region at a cost of € 2400, Exo bikes also launched a competition for redesigning its fenders in partnership with GradCAD a community of mechanical engineers.
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