German electric mobility startup Trinity has just released the Uranus RS electric scooter. Despite being more expensive than a scooter with an internal combustion engine, the Uranus RS definitely features more advanced technology.
Electric scooters are quickly gaining popularity in Germany due to their low running costs, almost no maintenance. Incentives from the government to reduce vehicle emissions are also an attraction for new users.
The Trinity Uranus RS has a retro design and is said to have a realistic range of 60 miles (97 km) on a single charge, thanks to its two standard batteries. The range is greatly influenced by how the scooter is ridden
The Trinity Uranus RS uses a brushless DC electric motor with a peak power output of 11 kW. In sport mode, the Trinity Uranus RS has a top speed of 110 kilometers per hour (68 miles per hour). That speed is much faster than any other electric scooter on the market.
The Trinity Uranus RS is categorized as an A1 electric scooter, even though it has a high speed. The Trinity Uranus RS can be ridden by anyone holding a driver’s license with the extension B196 in Germany.
The Trinity Uranus RS offers users three driving modes. For city trips, Eco mode limits the top speed to 55 kilometers per hour (35 miles per hour).
When you’re heading out of town and into the suburbs, Standard mode has a speed limit of up to 80 kilometers per hour (50 miles per hour). While in Sport mode the top speed limit is 110 kilometers per hour (68 miles per hour).
The Trinity Uranus RS will be available on the German market in May 2022. The Trinity Uranus RS is priced at an introductory price of 5,888 euros.
The price will then rise to 6,388 euros, or 7,090 US dollars after the introduction period. It is not yet known whether the Trinity Uranus RS will be available outside Germany or not.