After introducing a couple of self-balancing transporter balancing-based go-karts (including a super dope Lamborghini co-branded model), parent company of Segway, Ninebot, has another radical idea: turning a self-balancing transporter into a fighting chariot.
You may remember the Segway eMoped C80 revealed by Ninebot late last year and more recently, as a Christian Cowan-touched scooter. Today, Segway is bringing it to the stateside and you can secure a unit by pre-ordering it for just US$1,899. That’s quite a steal for an eMoped coming from a reputed brand.
You read the post title right. Fashion has come to personal mobility with this unique collaboration between fashion designer Christian Cowan and Segway Ninebot. Cowan gave four Segway personal mobility devices a makeover, along with matching outfits to go with each personal mobility device for his S/S 2021 fashion film released at the New York […]
Segway Ninebot is in the process of getting its new Ninebot Gokart PRO to the rest of the world. Meanwhile, it will arrive in China on September 23. If we read correctly, the idea of PRO came after a Lamborghini collaborative Ninebot Gokart PRO. Apparently, it took China’s Interweb by storm.
Segway miniPRO Go-kart from two years ago now has a successor: an even faster (and sleeker) version that leverages on the company’s latest self-balancing transporter, called Ninebot Gokart PRO.
Segway Ninebot just can’t stop turning up new short-range electric transportation, can they? It was just last week we saw the white edition ES2 and now, the company is pitching yet another called Ninebot KickScooter Air T15.
You probably have seen the Ninebot KickScooter ES2 Black scooting around, now there is actually a white version. Don’t ask why Segway Ninebot did release them both together. It is feel kind of gimmicky, if you ask me.
At the recently concluded CES 2020, Segway-Ninebot brought to the show with the recently revealed Ninebot eScooter and eMoped, Segway SSV-Villain ATV and Dirt eBike. It was exciting and all, but nothing beats the rather controversial, much talked about Segway-Ninebot S-Pod Personal Transporter.
Segway, under its new parent company Ninebot, has expanded rapidly. It has grown to include electric skates, e-scooter, autonomous delivery robots, off-road sports vehicles, and now, actual scooters and there is a moped too.
Segway. Since the company best known for two-wheel balancing electric vehicle was picked up by Beijing-based Ninebot, its portfolio has grown immensely to include eSkates, e-scooter, go-kart and now, even an electric dirt bike.