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GIVE i.lektra

GIVE i.lektra electric scooter
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Battery18650 Lithium
Range112 miles
Charge TimeUnknown
PowerUnknown
Price£2.594ยข
Removable battery
made in Greece  

Specifications

BrandGIVE
Modeli.lektra
Speed15 and 31 mph
PowerUnknown
WeightUnknown
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life3,000 cyclesโ„น
Range112 miles
Charge TimeUnknown
 

The i.lektra is an innovative electric scooter made by an electric scooter startup from Greece. The company was founded in 2016 by four people with engineering experience at Force India Formula 1 team at Prodrive and the Nissan Research and Development Centre in Europe.

The scooter has three swap-able lithium batteries for a driving range of 112 miles.

The scooter is available in many colors and with a custom business print.

The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

2021 GIVE models

i.lektraGIVE i.lektra electric scooter 100
£2.594
18650 Lithium
112 miles
 

Sales Department

GIVE
TEPA Lefkippos
NCSR Demokritos
Patriarchou Gregoriou & Neapoleos
Agia Paraskeui, 15341
Athen
Greece

Phone: +30 6945400968
Email: info@give-engineering.com

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