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The Kubo Electric Scooter is Designed with Cargo in Mind

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: litmotors & tuvie
Those who love the idea of riding a scooter but hate the limited cargo space will be all about the Kubo Electric Scooter. This scooter was created by San Francisco-based Lit Motors with cargo in mind. The cargo space comes in the form of a hollowed out spot in the center that measures 22 inches square. The scooter can hold up to 300 pounds (cargo plus rider) and is fully electric.

The Kubo Electric Scooter tops out at 45 mph and can go as far as 50 miles on a single charge. Lit Motors says the scooter can be charged in a few hours and has put a charger onboard to ensure that you can score some juice while on the go. The company has taken to Kickstarter to try and raise $300,000 to help get the Kubo Electric Scooter off the ground. Stats for Freight-Focused Scooter Concepts Trending: This Year & Warm
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