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Powerful eMove Cruiser electric scooter heads to the US

Powerful eMove Cruiser electri...
The eMove Cruiser from Voro Motors in on sale in the US now
The eMove Cruiser from Voro Motors in on sale in the US now
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The eMove Cruiser from Voro Motors in on sale in the US now
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The eMove Cruiser from Voro Motors in on sale in the US now
The eMove Cruiser electric scooter can be folded down to 48.8 x 9.8 x 13.7 in dimensions
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The eMove Cruiser electric scooter can be folded down to 48.8 x 9.8 x 13.7 in dimensions
The eMove Cruiser has a rear brake light, and lighting integrated into the wide deck
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The eMove Cruiser has a rear brake light, and lighting integrated into the wide deck
The eMove Cruiser has LED lights integrated into the deck, rides on 10 inch pneumatic tires and features dual suspension
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The eMove Cruiser has LED lights integrated into the deck, rides on 10 inch pneumatic tires and features dual suspension
The eMove Cruiser electric scooter can be folded down to 48.8 x 9.8 x 13.7 in dimensions
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The eMove Cruiser electric scooter can be folded down to 48.8 x 9.8 x 13.7 in dimensions
The eMove Cruiser is available with a 26 Ah battery or a 30.6 Ah battery
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The eMove Cruiser is available with a 26 Ah battery or a 30.6 Ah battery
The eMove Cruiser has a headlight and deck-integrated lighting, rides on 10 inch pneumatic tires and features dual suspension
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The eMove Cruiser has a headlight and deck-integrated lighting, rides on 10 inch pneumatic tires and features dual suspension
Stopping power comes in the shape of front and rear disc brakes, plus electric braking
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Stopping power comes in the shape of front and rear disc brakes, plus electric braking
The handlebar of the eMove Cruiser folds in before the stem is folded down for transit
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The handlebar of the eMove Cruiser folds in before the stem is folded down for transit
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Voro Motors – the firm responsible for last year's Orca Mark I seated e-scooter – has been selling its eMove scooter series in Singapore, Malaysia and China over the last year or so, and is now making the Cruiser edition available in the US. So what makes this model stand out in an overcrowded e-scooter market? It has a powerful motor that peaks at 1,600 watts.

The powerful eMove Cruiser electric scooter features a 52 V/600 W brushless hub motor that's reported to reach a peak of 1,600 W, and is capable of carrying two adults (max load capacity is 160 kg/352 lb). Voro told us that the eMove has a top speed of between 27 and 34 mph (43.5 - 54.7 km/h), though the product page mentions 37 mph, with a finger throttle used to increase speed.

The eMove Cruiser electric scooter can be folded down to 48.8 x 9.8 x 13.7 in dimensions
The eMove Cruiser electric scooter can be folded down to 48.8 x 9.8 x 13.7 in dimensions

Riders can expect up to 62 miles per 6-8 hour charge with the 30.5 Ah battery option, and the kickscooter folds down with one click to 124 x 25 x 35 cm (48.8 x 9.8 x 13.7 in) for transit. When unfolded for use, the adjustable handlebar can extend to a height of 118 cm (46.4 in) from the ground.

The wide 25 cm standing deck has integrated LED lights front and rear, as well as dedicated head and tail lighting a little further up the frame. There's spring suspension to the front and air suspension at the rear, 10 inch pneumatic tires and disc brakes front and back plus electric braking.

The eMove Cruiser comes in four color options and all that extra power does come with a hefty price tag. The e-scooter costs US$1,299 for the 26 Ah battery model and $1,399 for the 30.5 Ah version.

Source: Voro Motors

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4 comments
guzmanchinky
60 mile range, almost 40mph! Wow, those are serious numbers. Price is inline with a high end eskateboard. I hope the people who ride them know how painful 40mph can be on a scooter...
VincentWolf
escooters, like 3 wheel ATVs, should be banned.
Doodah
I agree with Guz, anything over about 25mph is probably overkill on such a small wheel radius. 35? That’s serious speed! I also agree that, as long as those specs are accurate, the price point sounds about right.
Leonard Foster Jr
Not Legal in the USA at those speeds, 60 mile range ?? when Lighting strikes lol