Features and prices of the new Seat Mò electric scooter

We know how much mobility is changing, it is evolving. More and more people are now living and working in urban environments and at the same time there is a growing desire for a more personalized approach to transport.

This is the main reason why, while remaining faithful to car manufacturing, Seat is aware of the new mobility needs of customers, and therefore has decided to embrace change and enlarge its product range, to better adapt to all the changes taking place today.

Seat Mò director Lucas Casasnovas declares: “The world is changing and so must the approaches to mobility, especially in urban environments. Seat Mò eScooter 125 it shows the brand’s determination and its desire to meet customer needs. It is a bold move, but a necessary one ”.

This is the first fully electric scooter made by the Barcelona brand, designed to ensure practicality and simplicity to all those who face urban traffic every day, but not only. The way people move is changing rapidly, and this has a direct impact not only on citizens but also on the planning and urban development of large areas of the city. So Seat has decided to set itself the goal of becoming the ally that urban centers need, helping to make mobility more efficient, sustainable and safe.

The new Seat Mò electric scooter

The new Seat Mò 125 electric scooter also arrives in Italy

The Spanish brand has also created Casa Seat, in the heart of Barcelona, ​​a tribute to the city that saw it born more than 70 years ago. A unique and innovative space, created to become Seat’s urban mobility hub.

Seat Mò eScooter 125 can already be ordered in Italy with a list price of 6,750 euros, thanks to state incentives, it is available with a 40% discount in case of scrapping and with the possibility of enjoying a financial formula that allows you to pay 99 euros per month for 48 months without any advance payment. The operating costs guaranteed by the new electric scooter are very low, equal to just over 1 euro per recharge and a cost per kilometer of 0.80 euro per 100 km, unparalleled values.

Source: Virgilio Motori by motori.virgilio.it.

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