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AR Motos Monster

AR Moto Monster electric moped 3000 watt
AR Moto Monster electric moped 3000 watt 85
AR Moto Monster electric moped 3000 watt 85
AR Moto Monster electric moped 3000 watt 85
AR Moto Monster electric moped 3000 watt 85
Range43 miles
Charge Time6-8 hours
Power3 kW (4 hp)
made in Mexico  


BrandAR Motos
Speed15 and 31 mph
Power3 kW (4 hp)
Battery Life700 cycles
Range43 miles
Charge Time6-8 hours

The Monster is an electric moped made by electric motorcycle startup AR Motos from Mexico. The company was founded in 2019 with the goal of helping to reduce air pollution in Mexican cities.

The moped has a powerful 3,000 watt electric motor for a top speed of 50 mph.

The moped has a 35 Ah lead acid battery for a driving range of 43 miles.

The moped has front and rear disc brakes.

The moped is available in many colors.

The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.


2021 AR Motos models

MikuAR Moto Miku electric moped 1500 watt 100
LiFePo4 (LFP)
31 miles
MonsterAR Moto Monster electric moped 3000 watt 100
43 miles

Sales Department

AR Motos Eléctricas México
Constelación 2984 A
Col. Jardines del Bosque
44520 Guadalajara, Jalisco

Phone: +52 (33) 3122 3038
Mobile: +52 (33) 1942 9781 (WhatsApp)
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