Introducing the New Yadea VoltGuard VFV and VFV Pro Electric Scooters

Yadea VoltGuard VFV

Yadea expends their line further with the VoltGuard VFV and Pro version Models.

The electric scooter market is rapidly expanding, and Yadea is at the forefront of innovation with the release of two new models: the VoltGuard VFV Pro and the VoltGuard VFV. Both scooters boast impressive technical specifications, but the Pro model makes it a 125cc equal rival with its high-powered motor and advanced battery technology.

The VoltGuard VFV Pro boasts a mid-drive motor with a rated power of 3000W and a peak power of 5500W, coupled with a torque 189 Nm of torque, allowing it to reach a top speed of 80km/h. The Pro also comes equipped with a high-capacity 72V27Ah*2 dual pack ATL car-grade lithium battery, which provides superior performance and durability.

The standard VFV model carries a wheel hub motor rated at 1200W and a peak power of 2500w, reaching a top speed of 50Km/h. The Graphene Battery 72V38Ah provides a good range and performance for the rider.

Both models feature a modern scooter design, with a length of 1924mm, width of 660mm, and height of 1138mm, making them easy to maneuver in tight city streets. The seat height is 770mm and the seat length is 700mm, making it comfortable for long rides. The pedal length is 287mm, which is suitable for riders at a range of heights.

Safety features on both models include LED dashboard and headlight, 14 inches aluminum wheels and F&R disc brakes. Both scooters also come equipped with hydraulic shock absorption, ensuring a smooth and stable ride even on rough terrain.

Yadea has once again raised the bar in the electric scooter market with the release of these two new models. The VoltGuard VFV Pro offers unmatched power and performance, while the VFV provides a more budget-friendly option with a great balance of performance and cost. If you’re in the market for a new electric scooter, be sure to check out the VoltGuard VFV Pro and VFV from Yadea.

Source: Yadea

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