Daymak, the leading developer and distributor of personal light electric vehicles, recently unveiled its new on-road and off-road electric scooter, the Daymak Beast 2.0.
Is it an electric motorcycle or an e-bike? If we think of the design, the newly introduced model looks like an electric motorcycle, but it also has tiny, fold-out pedals that still points to its e-bike origin.
However, Daymak Beast 2.0 is developed to be used more like a motorcycle with a throttle, but can also be traveled like the bicycle with pedals placed in the rear. The models draw attention with its special 10-inch wheels that allow riders to handle a variety of surfaces such as dirt, dry sand, and light snow with ease.
Customers can choose between three different battery variants: Standard, Deluxe, and Ultimate. The Beast 2.0 Ultimate is equipped with a 60v 25ah lithium-titanate oxide (LTO) battery, which offers 50 km of range after only 20 minutes of rapid-charging and has a life cycle of up to 20,000 charges. The second, Delux version, features a 60v 40ah lithium-ion battery and provides 60 km in range with a life cycle of up to 1000 charges. And the third, Beast 2.0 Standard, comes a 60v 30ah lead-acid battery with 50 km in range and a lifecycle of up to 400 charges.
It also comes with a Daymak Drive app (available on IOS and Android) that enables riders to personalize their scooter’s performance based on their riding style or situation, such as adjusting the torque, range, and acceleration. The bike is large enough to hold two people and can carry approximately 150 kg (330 pounds).
Besides, some other features include LED front light, digital display, hydraulic disc brakes, rear quick-release carrier case with lock, and an alarm system.
“The Beast 2.0 Standard ($2,999) is now available for purchase in Canada in and in the US, in red or black. The Deluxe version ($4,999) is a custom-build that may require up to a 30-day installation period, and the Ultimate Titanate version delivery is expected to begin in 2020,” according to the Daymak website.