Technology is changing rapidly and for the betterment of mankind. Replacement of vehicle with electric battery is a renovation and eco friendly. In one sense the environment will be clean and will have less noise.
Two years after the first electric scooter, the 1954 Ri, was launched, the Remagen-based company followed suit: the Kumpan 54 Inspire is one of four model variants – alongside Iconic, Impulse and Ignite – that followed the first model. During development, they listened to customer requests. The Inspire has smaller twelve-inch tires and a lower and more comfortable seat, which above all improves ergonomics, according to the manufacturer. The Kumpan Key app and the yellow accent paint color are also new – the scooter is equipped with LED headlights and indicators for an additional charge. With the key app for the smartphone, the scooter can be opened and started via a Bluetooth connection. Some of the features of the first 1954 Ri model have been retained, according to Kumpan. These include the seven-inch touch display and the three driving modes Comfort, Eco, and Rain. Furthermore, the large storage space under the seat for up to three batteries and luggage remains.
The price of the Kumpan 54 Inspire starts at 3,999 euros. Within limit.