Green Fleet

Current Motor Debuts Solar-Charging Electric Scooters

December 11, 2013

Photo courtesy of Current Motor.
Photo courtesy of Current Motor.

Current Motor has introduced a small fleet of four electric Super Scooters docked to a solar charging station that have been designed for business, campus, event and municipal use.

The zero-emission vehicles offer a 50-mile range per charge and can reach a top speed of about 65 mph. A fleet organization's logo and messaging can be added to the scooters and docking station. The station fits in a standard parking stall and can be anchored. The station's 22-kilowatt-hour battery fully charges the scooters in six hours. A full recharge of the station takes eight hours.

The Mini-Fleet offering includes telematics options such as on-board 3G communications, GPS and dashboards that can be customized to track emissions reductions and performance data.

The Mini-Fleet costs $99,950, which includes three standard scooters and a high performance scooter.

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