The third Transformers and Segway collaboration product has been revealed and it is a Bumblebee-themed Segway Zing C8 eKickscooter. For the Bumblebee Segway Zing C8 eKickscooter, the grips, as well as the main body, are in Bumblebee yellow with the stem in matte black.
Meanwhile Segway’s parent company Ninebot is not only also selling the Bumblebee Segway Gokart Pro Limited Edition in China at its official Ninebot flagship store on JD.com but it also has another variant which has not been announced in NA and that’s the Optimus Prime Gokart Pro Limited Edition.
This is the Bumblebee Segway Gokart Pro Limited Edition, the second product from the Segway and Transformers collaboration announced in March. If you ask me, the Bumblebee Segway Gokart Pro Limited Edition, which is based on the Segway/Ninebot Gokart Pro, definitely makes more sense than the Megatron scooter. Thanks to the color and the generous …
The first product from the Segway and Transformers collaboration we heard about in March is finally here. Back then we already knew three Segway products will receive the Transformers co-branding and they are a Bumblebee GoKart Pro, an Optimus Prime Kids Kicksctooer, and a Megatron KickScooter GT2, which we now know is officially called Megatron …
What if, when the Transformers first reach Earth, they decided to disguise themselves as a go-kart or kickscooter? Nah. That’s a ridiculous thought. Meanwhile, in the real world, Transformers will indeed appear as a go-kart and kickscooters – thanks to a collaboration between Segway-Ninebot and Hasbro.
Usually, makers of electric kickscooters strive to create last-mile electric transport with better range and safe. Speed is certainly not the main consideration. Not Segway–Ninebot though. The maker of short-range electric transport is also gunning for speed.
First, there was a kit that will let you turn a Segway miniPRO into a go-kart. Then there was a kit that lets you turn a Ninebot self-balancing Transporter into a battle chariot that shoots water, and now, there is a new kit that will turn Ninebot S Series Self-balancing Transporter into a serious road …
Ninebot has done it again. It has made scooter all-so-classy and upmarket when in reality, in its home country, a luxury car is the mark of success. Not going to lie. I was almost sold.
Electric kickscooter is like smartphone; it is pretty stale at this point in the areas of design and features. So, it probably comes down to two things when choosing one: brand reliability and feature set.
In just 6 years since acquired by Ninebot, Segway’s portfolio has expanded beyond balancing two-wheeled transporters to include motorcycles and robotics, and soon, sports bike too.