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The main drivers of the market’s expansion include the expanding popularity of electric scooters and e-bikes for short commutes, growing environmental concerns, and increased investments by ride-hailing businesses in the micro mobility sector.
Significant prospects for market expansion are presented by OEMs’ growing attempts to develop lightweight bikes and the trend toward linked e-Bikes.
The rise in the price of petroleum is also anticipated to lead to market expansion. Additionally, e-scooters make it possible for people to travel small distances swiftly and affordably, which is boosting the demand for electric automobiles.
The Italy Electric Scooter Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The two-wheel electric market-focused Italian company WoW! has announced the debut of its first two models, the Model 4 (L1e) and Model 6 (L3e), to the European market.
The WoW! e-scooters have been developed in Italy as a response to the new European zero-emission urban transportation. Wow! will make its international premiere in France, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium in addition to the Italian market.
Both models, Model 4 (for users 14 and older) and Model 6 (for users 16 and older), exhibit better performance compared to the current e-scooters, with maximum powers of 4.0 kW and 6.0 kW, respectively.
With a toothed belt drive, the center e-motor, which is not in the back wheel, provides greater power and a more even distribution of weight. The driving range of the Model 4 and Model 6 with 3,0 kWh batteries is 106,7 Km and 95,8 Km, respectively.
Both sets of data were gathered using the European Standard Cycle. The legal maximum speed for the Model 4 is 45 km/h, whereas the Model 6 may go up to 85 km/h.
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