British start-up company launches new Zapp i300 e-scooter



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  • Built on a motorsport-inspired lightweight aluminium exoskeleton
  • Uses an ultra-high performance internal permanent magnet electric motor
  • Powered by highly compact removable battery pack for real at-home charging
  • Superbike-level componentry makes the new scooter a unique proposition

Zapp, a new electric scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, will unveil its high performance, i300 electric scooter later this month.

The company is a new entrant to the market, but claim that from the outset they will be a leader in the urban transport revolution, with their new scooter providing thrilling performance, innovation, performance and a practical and dependable electric range.

Zapp also claim that their 300cc-equivalent scooter will be like nothing else currently available on the market with affordable running costs, and highly-appealing, next generation design. They go on to say that innovative, sporty and high-quality engineering will ensure outstanding handling and an effective delivery of torque and performance from the punchy, next-generation electric motor.

The i300 e-scooter has been designed from the ground up to be desirable and fashionable; customer individuality will be encouraged with a great choice of configurable options offered to meet all style preferences and budgets. A seamless ownership experience will be provided, thanks to a convenient, innovative charging solution and customer service ecosystem.

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Further details on when and how to watch the official unveiling of the Zapp i300 will be announced shortly.

For updates as they happen, follow Zapp on social media:
Instagram: @ZappScooter
Twitter: @ZappScooter
Facebook: @ZappScooter


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