The Floatility electric scooter is a high-tech vehicle, developed by the Hamburg and Singapore-based company Floatility, that essentially consists of a series of light and stable composite materials. Supplied by the material engineers at BASF, the composite materials go a long way towards making these vehicle an e-floater of sorts, perfect for short urban commutes as a 'last mile' solution.
This particular vehicle is a 250-watt motor that is powered by a range of 15 km. It is equipped with front and rear lights as well as dual independent brakes. It is powered by a special on-board battery that takes only about two hours to charge.
Ultimately, the Floatility vehicle is an excellent urban commute solution for people who need to get from their bus stop to their home, or from work to the grocery store.