Segway wants your electric scooter to sound like a Ferrari V12


Segway comes with a device for electric scooters to give fans the sounds of powerful engines, V8, V12, depending on their preferences.

Electric scooters have become increasingly used with the pandemic. The demand for such personal mobility devices has increased.

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Segway, one of the largest manufacturers of electric mobility devices, has found a way to make its electric scooters safer by introducing false noises from powerful motors. This can be done by a Ninebot Engine Speaker.

The Ninebot Engine Speaker sound simulation system is a device that can be attached to a scooter strap, connected to a wireless / bluetooth speaker. The device is rechargeable via a standard USB-C port and has IP55 waterproofing against dust. Of course, the speakerphone can also be used to listen to music on your mobile phone.

Depending on your preferences, you can choose to make your scooter sound like a one- or two-cylinder motorcycle. But if you want it to sound like a car, you have the option of sounding like a V8 engine or a V12 engine that is close to that of a Ferrari 812 Superfast. Funnily enough, the sound increases as the electric scooter accelerates.

VIDEO: How the Segway Scooters with the Ninebot Engine Speaker sound

The introduction of the Ninebot Engine Speaker sound simulation system came with the new GT series Segway electric scooters.

The new line has a GT2 model that can reach speeds of up to 43.5 miles per hour (70 kilometers per hour). With this speed, safety is definitely a concern and we believe that this $ 150 engine sound simulator can help.

The Segway company is known for building electric bikes with an unusual shape. It is that mobility device in the form of a special self-balancing electric bicycle. Apex H2 will be powered by hydrogen. Looking like an object from a SF movie, the Apex H2 is a sleek motorcycle that has a minimalist windshield, a thin headlight and big wheels that look like levitation.

Source: Motor1


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