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Segway unveils its new electric moped E110A

The E110A will be Segway's latest addition to its lineup of battery-powered electric vehicles (Image: Segway)
The E110A will be Segway's latest addition to its lineup of battery-powered electric vehicles (Image: Segway)
As the likely successor to the affordable E110S, the new Segway E110A electric moped comes with a range of up to 35 miles and is designed for shorter commutes in urban settings.

Ever since the launch of its famous electric two-wheeler, Segway has grown into a well-recognized brand in the e-mobility sector. In addition to its new and recently announced electric kick scooter, Segway has also revealed a full-fledged electric moped in a cool teaser trailer on YouTube.

The Segway E110A will likely serve as the successor to the popular and very affordable E110S, which is available from only US$2,500 in many European markets. The presumably similarly priced Segway E110A now comes with a slightly larger 1.8 kWh battery, which is supposed to provide a projected range of 35 miles per charge. The Segway E110A's top speed is rated at 31 mph, but it could be throttled in order to comply with local restrictions for the moped class. The 1 cu ft of storage space under the seat of the electric moped remains unchanged compared to the predecessor.

The Segway E110A is equipped with a 1.1 kW electric motor, but it can produce up to 1.5 kW (around 2 hp) of peak power. The company has not provided details on the 2022 release date of its latest electric moped, and it remains unknown if the new model will ever come to the US. Impatient riders who are content with a slower but sometimes more practical kick scooter might prefer the widely available Segway Ninebot E45, which can be ordered from US$799 on Amazon.

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Enrico Frahn, 2022-03-15 (Update: 2022-03-15)