Along with the F25, A30C, and other electric scooter models, Ninebot has launched some more impressive options with a bit more power – the Ninebot N70C, N90, and N100 electric mopeds.
The new N-series of electric scooters are equipped with RileyGo 2.0 smart technology that has a number of sensors such as automatic unlocking or positioning the scooter via a mobile application. The N-series models are larger in size, have stronger engines and more efficient batteries, and are also equipped with True Intelligence 2.0 technology. Besides, they feature GPS-location services and storage under the seat.
The Ninebot N70C has a 60 V lead-acid battery, a 1,500W rear hub motor, and can travel up to 70 km (43. 4 miles) on a single charge. It is also equipped with a disc on the front wheel, rear drum brake configuration, an EABS energy recovery system, and a smart light-sensitive LED matrix headlight, with an illumination distance of 25m. The scooter will cost around 2,999 Chinese Yuan ($458).
The middle representative of the Segway-Ninebot N range is the Ninebot N90 model. It is equipped with a more powerful 1,800W electric motor and has a long-range of 85 km (53 miles) thanks to a lighter lithium ATL battery. It retains the same design as the N70C but carries a higher price tag of 6,499 Chinese Yuan ($991).
Finally, there is the Ninebot N100 electric scooter, the most powerful of the trio. It has the highest power of all at 2,200W and longest range at 105 km (65 miles) from a slightly larger lithium-ion battery than the previous model. Of course, it also has the highest price of 6,999 Chinese Yuan ($1,068).