|Power||18 kW (24.1 hp)|
|Battery Life||1,000 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||4 hours|
The Zapp i300 Carbon is an electric scooter from a e-scooter startup from the United Kingdom. The company has been created by a cooperation of the best motorcycle design and engineering specialists in the United Kingdom. The company provides high quality service and support to international customers.
The Zapp i300 is a 300cc class scooter-superbike cross-over. The design has been created from scratch and a lot of attention has been given to performance. The scooter provides a unique chassis that is capable of handling the unprecedented torque and power of the scooter.
Being a new company we didn’t have an existing design language to keep to, so we could start with a blank sheet of paper, designing the perfect chassis and componentry for an electric scooter. We are also motorcycle enthusiasts, so we know what makes a compelling ride that can be used every day. This means that the Zapp i300 is designed like nothing else. Its choice of components are akin to a superbike (aluminium exoskeleton, upside-down front forks, cast mono swing arm, etc).
The Zapp i300 has a 18,000 watt electric motor with 587 Nm torque. The scooter accelerates from 0-31 mph in 2.38 seconds and has a restricted top speed of 62 mph.
The Zapp i300 has two removable Lithium batteries for a range of 56 miles (ECO mode). The batteries weigh just 5 kg, are 5 cm thick and have a shape comparable with a small laptop. The charge time of the batteries is less than 4 hours.
The Carbon edition has a no-oven no-autoclave (NONA) carbon fibre composite body that provides high sustainability, lightweight, aesthetics, durability and uncompromised performance.
The Zapp i300 is highly secure and the design is focused on safety. The designers intentionally did not provide wireless connectivity or a infotainment system to improve safety. The scooter has a 7-layer security system that protects the scooter against threats including theft. Some of the security features include GPS connectivity as part of a anti-theft solution, an RFID key, a secure on-board charging station and a GPS based emergency service feature.
The full power (Zapp-mode) can only be unlocked when the driver enters a special security key and has passed necessary age and test requirements (A2 license).
The scooter is provided with ABS for optimal braking performance.
The scooter has a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) or regenerative braking in which energy from braking is returned to the battery. Regenerative braking reduces air pollution emitted by disc brakes while saving power costs.
The scooter has a easy to use dashboard that provides an overview of essential information.
Zapp provides high-end service and support to international customers. The company provides financial services and extended warranty,
The company works with a international Zappers network that provide service from their Zapp Transporters at customers’ locations. Zapp provides annual safety and wear-and-tear inspection. In case of major repairs, Zappers can provide a courtesy scooter.
The scooter has been designed to be maintenance free.
The scooter is available in many colors and provides a wide range of options.
The scooter can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide. Zapp takes care of home-delivery of the scooter in any country.
2022 Zapp models
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