Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Barq Rena Max, high-end style electric scooter with attractive design

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The Callum design house, founded by renowned automotive creator Ian Callum CBE, reports that it has designed and designed for provider Barq. Named Rena Max as an efficient electric scooter and able to reduce shipping costs.

Originally operated in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region, Rena Max is Barq’s first vehicle, promising user comfort, interchangeable battery technology, and the availability of adequate removable goods.

After getting everything needed from Barq, Callum opted for an easy-to-swap battery with a power of 5.6kWh. So that it makes users not too often replace and also refill. Because, rely on a full battery can travel 150 km.

Barq Rena Max. (Photo: Barq)

Users can also choose a driving mode starting from Eco, City, Sport, and there is a reverse gear. The 7KW electric motor allows efficient driving on battery use, remains strong and comfortable when used.

To be more functional, there are three storage areas, starting from the back it can be filled with 79 liters with a holder from Givi. There is even an insulator that allows food delivery to remain hygienic, free from street dust. Fun again, the driving position is like a regular scooter.

Barq Rena Max. (Photo: Barq)

“Without a hitch, we were able to instantly translate a modern, functional and smart design,” said Callum Creative Lead, Aleck Jones. “As much as possible can benefit from this shape and can be ridden by a variety of rider postures. The feedback is very positive, this design is universally popular for comfort and convenience, and implements a riding style that is more like a motorcycle,” explains Aleck.

Other features are made easy to operate especially for the signal button. There’s a Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3 on the steering wheel. Aleck added that this touchscreen-featured gadget can be used as navigation to find the location of the recipient. There is a special holder, so that the angle can be adjusted from the reflection of glare.

Designers also think about how the motor is dried in the sun but not hot. So the in-house Color and Materials Team chose Callum’s blend color. Light blue polyurethane perforations for grip and a blue vinyl texture are presented on the seats making it cool.

Barq Rena Max. (Photo: Barq)

The choice of body panels is Classic Theme (Barq Silver & Blue) or Sustainable (exposed Flax Fiber & Black). Guaranteed not to fade in color, because Rena Max is anti Ultra Violet. Rims use sizes 13 and 14 inches wrapped in tubeless tires.

“Callum is the solution for those who care about the full creation of solutions combined with design and engineering expertise,” said Ian Callum, who co-monitors Callum’s team at Warwick. “Rena Max has a sense of style that is sometimes forgotten for future solutions,” he added.

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