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Bugatti 9.0 e-scooter launches with 18.5 mph top speed and E-ABS braking

The Bugatti e-scooter is now available to purchase. (Image source: Bugatti)
The Bugatti e-scooter is now available to purchase. (Image source: Bugatti)
Bugatti has released the 9.0 e-scooter built in partnership with Bytech, first unveiled at CES 2022. The two-wheeler has a top speed of 18.5 mph (~29.8 kph) and up to 22 miles (~35 km) of range. The scooter has headlights, indicator lights, and a rear logo projection light. Plus, the vehicle has a dual braking system, including a rear E-ABS brake.

Bugatti has released an e-scooter in partnership with Bytech, the Bugatti 9.0. The lightweight two-wheeler, first unveiled at CES 2022, weighs 35 lbs (~16 kg) thanks to a magnesium alloy frame. The e-scooter is powered by a 700 W motor, with a top speed of 18.5 mph (~29.8 kph) and three-speed modes.

A 36 V 10 Ah battery provides up to 22 miles (~35 km) range and will fully recharge in around four hours. The scooter can tackle inclines up to 15° and has a dual-braking system, with a front left brake lever and a rear E-ABS brake. The scooter can support loads up to 242 lbs (~110 kg), and an LED screen on the device shows information about the scooter and your ride, such as battery life and speed.

Bugatti claims that the e-scooter has unique lighting functionality, with dual turn signal lights on the handles and above the rear mudguard. Lights are also built into the sides of the deck, plus the vehicle has headlights and a back EB monogram projection logo. You can buy the Bugatti 9.0 e-scooter for US$1,200 in three colors: Agile Blue, Black and Silver. DFADeals, an authorized distributor, is shipping the device globally, currently with a US$60 discount.

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Polly Allcock, 2022-07- 4 (Update: 2022-07- 4)