Two-wheeled scooters are often associated with being for children, which is something the conceptual 'Qui' scooter aims to change with a decidedly demure take on the classic transpiration solution. Designed by Rice Mak, the scooter has an electric powertrain that makes it an effective tool for getting around town as a local transportation option or a last-mile commuting option. The unit is accented by pops of bright blue color thanks to integrated lights that give it an ultra-modern look when speeding down the street.
The conceptual 'Qui' scooter is rounded off with simple, intuitive controls on the handlebars to streamline functionality without complicating the operation with too many features. The folding design optimizes it for enhanced portability and makes it easy for carrying.
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The 'Qui' Scooter Changes Perceptions of the Solution
- By: Michael HemsworthFeb 15, 2019