In North America, most teenagers learn to drive a car, but scootering isn't as commonly taught as it might be throughout Europe or Asia, so the Gogoro 2 scooter gives itself a good shot at appealing to the North American consumer base. The second model from the Taiwanese manufacturer offers a comfortable, intuitive ride that won't be too intimidating for someone who hasn't ridden a scooter before.
In terms of specs, the Gogoro 2 has a 6.4 kilowatt motor that has smooth torque and control. It comes with two driving modes, Sport and Smart, which give riders the option between a higher top speed and more power versus more energy efficiency and range. It also has a longer body than Gogoro's previous model, giving riders far more stability.