Presse & Médias

GQ Magazine |
2022-06-28

13 reasons why Goodwood Festival of Speed is a car event like no other

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is a garden party for people with petrol in their blood. In the before times, it offered guests a look at the shiniest new metal, most historied racers, and some of the most sought-after cars known to humans in close quarters – both static and noisily mobile. After a couple of years not quite off, but not running at full swing, the 2022 event brought all the glitz, glamour, thrills and spills you’d hope for. GQ went and took a look at some of the wonderful… and stranger things that went down.

Cool future tech that you can buy now

Not everything goes up the hill, jumps, or spins at the festival. Plenty of companies decide to bring their toys to show off what can be done with some engineering know-how and a little creativity. The Zapp i300 electric scooter, for example, is a pretty cool example of what happens when you think a little differently – it’s got an exoskeleton which houses all its battery and motor tech, and shows off the company’s design language rather neatly. You can limit its performance if you’re a learner, and unlock its full potential (0-30mph in sub-three seconds) once you’ve got a full license. Being electric, it’s a safe bet that a little further down the line we’ll see something for the more focussed rider too.

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RideApart |
2022-06-24

Is The Zapp i300 The Ultimate Commuter Electric Scooter?

When it comes to commuting-focused electric two-wheelers, manufacturers try their best to emulate the power and performance of smaller, gas-powered motorcycles and scooters. For the most part, the companies that have succeeded in doing so have gained quite a bit of popularity, especially in Europe and parts of Asia. In India, in particular, the Ola S1 electric scooter has proved to be quite an impressive runabout.

Following a similar commuter-focused approach, U.K. startup Zapp looks to inject a tad more performance to the good old electric scooter. Its newest creation, the i300, is still built with practicality and convenience in mind, however, it comes in a sportier package and packs just a tiny bit more performance than your run of the mill electric scooter. Zapp has tried to strike a balance inside the triangle of traits that characterize electric vehicles of today—price, range, and performance.

When it comes to technology, the i300 packs a belt-driven electric motor that pumps out a maximum output of 20 horsepower. It’s good for a continuous power supply of 9.6 ponies, meaning it’s perfectly adequate for the zippy in-city commute. Technically speaking, it could hold its own against 125cc scooters, both in terms of acceleration and top speed. Zapp claims that the i300 can go from zero to 30 miles per hour in just 2.2 seconds. It takes 4.8 seconds to hit the scooter’s electronically limited top speed of 60 miles per hour, so it’s safe to say that the i300 is quite the fun-loving machine.

What’s a tad disappointing, however, is the scooter’s range which isn’t all that impressive at just 37 miles. Furthermore, Zapp claims that this range is achievable only when put in Eco mode, thereby zapping all the fun out of the equation. What serves as a bit of a consolation, however, is that Zapp claims a 20 to 80 percent charge time of just 30 minutes, as well as the fact that the battery is removable and can be charged separately from the scooter. I’m guessing this also means that you have the option of purchasing additional batteries to carry along with you for increased range.

When it comes to availability, however, there’s no word just yet when the i300 will go to market. The brand recently announced that it will be holding events to showcase the scooter in London, New York, Paris, Milan, Seoul, and Bangkok—indicative of the brand’s intentions of world domination. Priced at the equivalent of around $7,000, the Zapp i300 certainly isn’t cheap. Preorders are now open, with Zapp stating that deliveries are set to commence 12 to 16 week after ordering.

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New Atlas |
2022-06-22

Affordable, high-power Zapp electric city scooter makes Goodwood debut

Motorcycle-adjacent levels of performance and handling in a step-through electric scooter designed to put some fun back into your commute – that's the promise from UK startup Zapp and its high-powered i300, which is set to go up the hill at Goodwood.

Price vs range vs performance: that's the constant compromise in play with today's electric motorcycles, and the reason why so many of the ones that look so appealing carry ridiculous family-car-level price tags. Realistically, though, not even the most touring-focused electrics are really able to promise the kind of high-speed range most bikers are looking for in a Sunday fun machine. The best application for electric motorcycles as it stands today remains city commuting, which they can handle with aplomb and with next to zero fuel cost.

Zapp has focused the i300 squarely on getting you around town with zero emissions, adequate range, acceleration levels that'll give you a giggle instead of a yawn, and some proper handling. A power commuter, if you will. And on paper, it looks very well specified to do what it says on the tin.

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moveelectric |
2022-06-22

New Zapp i300 motorsport-inspired urban e-motorbike debuts at Goodwood

The London firm launched in 2017, and first showed a version of the i300 the following year. It has been in development since then – and will make its public debut at the motoring festival in Sussex.

The new machine is an electric city bike which features a ‘step-through’ scooter design – but is mixed with what Zapp says are motorcycle levels of acceleration and riding dynamics.

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The machine will take to the fabled Goodwood hillclimb for the first time today (Thursday June 23).

The Zapp i300 is built around an exoskeleton frame which, combined with lightweight alloy and composite bodywork, means it weighs 92kg without batteries. 

The distinctive design of the i300 includes adjustable pushrod rear suspension fitted to a single-sided rear swing arm, upside down front forks and ultra low-profile tyres.

Power comes from an interior permanent magnet electric motor, which produces 14kW of power and 433lb ft of torque. The machine can sprint from 0-30mph in 2.2secs, and can reach its 60mph top speed (the maximum allowed for an L3e-A2 vehicle) in 4.8secs.

The i300 will be fitted as standard with two portable battery packs, each of which weighs 6kg. While Zapp EV hasn’t given their capacity it claims that combined the packs give the bike a range of 37 miles. The batteries can be charged from 20-80% in under 40 minutes on a standard domestic power supply.

The machine will be offered with a wide range of personalisation options, including six colours for the front fender and three seat colours.

The i300 is now available to reserve, and will be priced from £5750 (following the government grant of £500) for the entry-level Ocean model, which uses ocean recycled plastic. The i300 Bio and Carbon, which feature natural and carbon composite bodywork, are both priced at £6995.

A limited-edition i300 Carbon Launch Edition, which features carbon composite bodywork, a special plaque, Union flag decals and diamond cut wheels, is priced at £7995.

The i300 will only be sold directly through the Zapp EV website, with machines delivered to customers in ‘Zappers’ (a plug-in hybrid van, to you and me). The firm will also offer servicing support, leasing and insurance packages.

The Zapp i300 bike will be assembled in Thailand, although the firm says components will be manufactured and sourced globally, including in Britain.

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moveelectric |
2022-06-22

Q&A: Zapp founder on why electric mopeds are the future

Having launched its striking Zapp EV i300 at the recent Goodwood Festival of Speed, the firm is now finalising it for mainstream sales, as well as planning to build out a full range of scooters and bikes for every taste, potentially including a headline-grabbing performance model.

Here, founder and managing director Swin Chatsuwan, tells us about his journey to date, why he believes his technology is the best in the market and his ambitions for the future.

What are your credentials for creating an electric scooter and motorbike company?

“Don’t laugh, but I’ve spent most of my life working as an investment banker, with a speciality in automotive. I did that across the Asia region for about 20 years, so I’m not coming at this blind.

“What it really gave me was the visibility of what’s possible. I could see where the legacy bike makers were going wrong, but I could also see the Lego set of parts that could be assembled to put things right. For instance, our battery pack is pretty special; one of the smallest and lightest in the world, and it can be swapped in and out of the bike in seconds. You can recharge it anywhere and go 37 miles on a charge. These are for use in cities; 37 miles is plenty, and the point is that you stop caring about range - it’s technically infinite, as it’ll go as far as you need it to so long as you keep charging it.”

Everyone claims to have the best battery tech. What makes yours special?

“Well, perhaps the easiest way to answer that is to tell you how much time we’ve had to spend trying to stop people taking it off us! Just take a look at how small it is, then look at the range we can offer - we get about 26 miles per kilowatt hour from it; most cars get about four. Yes, there’s a weight difference, but the point is that our battery is incredibly efficient.

“That allows it to be small, and in turn light. And we’ve capitalised on that by ensuring that it’s easy to carry - with a strap as a handle - and easy to charge, with connectors just like you’ll use on your laptop.

“I know what you’re alluding to; in the world of coffee shops every single one can make a better cup of coffee than the next one. This battery is something really special.

“As a result, it answers the question we need to address; how do we move around cities as cleanly and efficiently as possible? The lighter the battery pack, the lighter the bike - it’s a virtuous circle. Our battery doesn’t need charging points installing, as it can be charged from any standard socket. Cars with 250-mile ranges and giant batteries that need fast charging cannot be the answer for urban transport.”

What constitutes success for you?

“The motorbike and scooter market is about 60m units a year, and predicted to rise to 120m units a year thanks to emerging markets in Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Pakistan, India and others.

“Car people are obsessing over people replacing what they have with an electric car. I’m operating in a market not only where people have to transition, but also where vast numbers of people are buying the product for the first time.

“Success will only need a tiny percentage of that market to choose our products. Let’s say we sell for around £6000. Well, a 100,000 unit share of that market would leave us with a very healthy business; we’d be multi-billion in terms of valuation, yet have less than 0.1% of the market.”

Success will still require huge capital investment though?

 

“Sure. But the economics are good, so we anticipate attracting that funding. We have a full audit underway by on of the Big Four companies in readiness, so watch this space.”

What makes the Zapp EV i300 better than its rivals?

“In simple terms, the electrified scooters and bikes we saw coming to the market were very basic products, and we didn’t feel they would suit European expectations.

“But there was also a wider point; legislation will force more and more people to go electric. But we wanted to turn that conundrum round and create a product that made people want to go electric. The i300 is the first part of our answer to that question.”

What specifics make it stand out?

“The first thing is that it’s a step-through bike, which is essentially an industry term for a scooter. That means you get all the virtues of that style of bike; manoeuvrability, an upright seating position, the convenience of hopping on and off. But because it is electric it combines them with what people want from a motorcycle; good brakes, great handling, performance.”

Its frame certainly makes it striking. Was that a deliberate choice?

“Definitely. The car and bike industries generally don’t want to take risks; they are conservative as they have legacy customers who they want to keep engaged.

“We’re a start-up. We can do it differently - and our goal is to present everything in one package; convenience, durability, sustainability, design. This is not an electric bike we have to make to reduce our average emissions or meet some legislation; it’s a bike we have designed because we need people to buy it.

“We might have got it wrong of course, but the reaction so far suggests we’ve got it right; people want it.”

You talk about building a portfolio of scooters and motorbikes. What’s next?

“We're not a one hit wonder, that’s for sure. This [the i300]  platform has been designed to spawn variants, so expect different formats in time.  Then we're going to do an even faster version of this because we need a halo model, and the styling supports the idea of a sci-fi styled fast electric scooter.

“And then we’ll look at a motorbike for enthusiasts. It’s a way off, because it will be bought in small numbers as a toy. Our mandate is to get people off electric vehicles, and a superbike isn’t going to do that. But we need halo products that will capture the imagination.”

How will you go about setting up a dealer network?

“We won’t! There’s no dealerships. There will be pop-up retail stores and there will be online sales and support. The American concept of selling people what they need from the comfort of their living room is our guiding principle. Following the traditional model of dealerships would be like going down a rabbit hole - we don’t need to.”

How quickly can you do that?

“On the scooter side, very quickly. The architecture of the i300 is built around two aluminium blades, which hold the whole thing together like an exoskeleton. The whole bike is only held together by four pieces of metal, which can be assembled in minutes. There’s no paint on them, it’s just wrapped, assembled and plugged in.

“We assemble in Thailand, just down the road from Triumph, in a third party factory. It has the capacity to build about 300,000 bikes a year, so we’re in good shape if the demand is there. We’re taking pre-orders and the signs are quite healthy.”

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Motortrend |
2021-08-21

2022 Zapp i300 First Look: Scooter Trend

Step-Through Scooter And Green Construction

The Zapp i300 is a stylish step-through design, which makes it handier to climb on and off of than a step-over bike—especially in a dress or skirt. It features a load-bearing aluminum exoskeletal seat structure and body riding on a Chromoly steel frame and no-oven no-autoclave composite bodywork that largely eliminates the use of plastic. Curb weight is stated at 200 pounds, and it's rated to carry 350 pounds. A low parts count combined with low-energy manufacturing and high recyclability allow the i300 to deliver on the company's commitment to Gen-2 full-cycle sustainability.

The i300's electric motor produces a very scooter-like 20 hp. However, it generates higher torque across more of the rev range than do many of the high-strung combustion engines in superbikes. Torque peaks at 63 lb-ft in the i300, which does indeed top that of at least three current superbikes we spot-checked for comparison: the Honda CBR 650F (90 hp and 45 lb-ft), the Kawasaki Ninja 650 (67 hp and 47 lb-ft), and the Triumph Daytona 765 Moto2 (128 hp and 59 lb-ft). But those 20 horses are only available in Zapp mode. The motor's default power peak is 10 ponies, which certainly won't deliver superbike acceleration. Top speed is governed at 60 mph.

Drive Everywhere, Charge Anywhere

A big selling feature of the i300 for urban dwellers is its battery setup, which mounts two 13-pound batteries the size and shape of a laptop computer within the floor. This makes it easy to simply bring the scooter's 2.8-kWh worth of batteries into the home or office to recharge. Topping up a fully empty battery reportedly takes just under two hours, using conventional household 110- or 220-volt electricity, and charging from 20 to 80 percent takes less than an hour.

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Bloomberg |
2021-08-20

Startups Look to Electrify Dirty Two-Wheelers

Cleaning Up Two-Wheeler Emissions

The company’s new plant in Thailand just started building its i300 Carbon scooter-style bike. Its first market will be Paris — it's heading there next month. Zapp will look to expand further in Europe after that.

To envision the i300, think of a Vespa with a battery, electric motor, and more aggressive styling. The 200-pound bike has two 12-pound battery packs. You can easily pull them out, carry them away and charge them up in the office or at home in a basic 110V outlet like you would with your smartphone. The bike can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds and will run about 40 miles on a charge.

You’ve seen Vespas and other carbon-emitting scooters buzzing around Paris and Rome, probably maniacally. Maybe you’ve been nearly run over by one as a pedestrian by a driver who was, as is the custom, weaving in and out of cars in dense city traffic.

Zapp’s first release has a super-light carbon fiber body and will cost $9,000. A cheaper $7,500 i300 is on the way. Harley’s LiveWire electric bike starts close to $19,799, which includes a $2,200 tax credit. That’s really a leisure bike. What Zapp wants to do is electrify two-wheelers that are used for basic daily transportation in Europe and Asia, to commute to work, or to make grocery runs.

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Autoline |
2021-08-05

Zapp Scooter Wants to Crack the Urban Mobility Code


Zapp Scooter is a UK-based startup that saw the need for a premium, electric step-through scooter that's safe enough to tool around town, but can also provide superbike-like performance when it's needed. Watch our interview with Tony Posawatz, a Board Advisor, to learn more about the company and its first scooter, the i300.

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Forbes |
2021-08-04

Super Electric Scooter Looks To Zapp Urban Mobility Market

“We believe this product as positioned is different than delivery, utilitarian existing products, and certainly different than step over high-end leisure products. We think we found that sweet spot in the middle that will allow you to really command the urban environment,” enthused Posawatz. “Not Limes and Birds. A Vespa-like vehicle with maybe a re-imagination of it. We view it as a daily commuter.”

That re-imagination starts with a lightweight composite body and alloy exoskeleton that contributes to the i300's total weight of just 200 pounds. It's powered by two, 1.4-kilowatt-hour, independent, cell-to-pack, ultra-portable battery packs. They weigh 12 pounds each, are about the size of a laptop, and are removable. They can be recharged from any 110 or 220 volt outlet and reach a 20% to 80% charge in less than an hour according to Zapp.

Zapp's initial push is in Europe, and specifically, France. The company recently opened a store in Paris, although orders are mainly taken through its website where the i300 can be customized to individual tastes and budget. Scooters are then drop-shipped directly to customers and delivered in branded hybrid Ford vans by trained technicians the company calls “Zappers.” “Europeans and Asians continue to embrace this mode of personal urban mobility and are adopting electric versions quickly. We hope savvy urban Americans will do so soon” said Zapp Founder and CEO Swin Chatsuwan in a statement. How soon? The company says it plans the U.S. and Asian rollouts during the first quarter of 2022.

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Reuters |
2021-08-04

Zapp Scooters poised to enter crowded electric motorbike segment

British-based Zapp Scooters plans to begin selling its new i300 electric two-wheeler this fall in Europe and early next year in the United States, the company said on Wednesday, as the electric motorbike segment grows increasingly crowded.

Founded by Thai entrepreneur Swin Chatsuwan, a former investment banker now based in the UK, four-year-old Zapp is going to market with a build-to-order business model, according Tony Posawatz, a Zapp investor and adviser who was formerly with General Motors Co (GM.N).

The launch edition of the Thai-built i300 will be priced at $8,995, with a standard model to follow at $7,495.

A key competitor, the Italian-built, battery-powered Vespa Elettrica, starts at $7,449.Vespa is owned by Piaggio & C SpA (PIA.MI). "

This is not your father’s Vespa," said Posawatz, who once headed GM’s Chevrolet Volt hybrid electric car program and has advised startup companies from Lucid Group Inc (LCID.O) to Inrix.

In stark contrast to the familiar, decades-old Vespa, which was made popular by "Roman Holiday," the 1953 movie starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck, the Zapp i300 sports a post-modern design and such features as a swappable lithium-ion battery pack.

The newcomer faces stiff competition from more than two dozen companies, many of them based in China and India, the world’s two largest markets for two-wheelers. Among the more notable rivals: Taiwan-based Gogoro and China’s Niu Technologies (NIU.O).

Zapp hopes its retail model - order your vehicle online, specify its features, and have it delivered to your door - will help it cut through the competitive thicket. The company also is planning to use authorized resellers in some markets and may sell directly to corporate customers.

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Driving Electric |
2021-07-26

Top 11 best electric mopeds 2021

Zapp i300 Carbon – from £7,950

The Zapp i300 is not exactly undersold. It's designed in Britain, with production now getting underway in Thailand, and its publicity refers to "superbike-type acceleration and riding dynamics... five patent applications relating to motorcycle fundamentals and 50 new-to-industry advanced features". The motor is a 'Super Twister' and the two batteries are 'Turbo Twins.'

Behind the hype, the Zapp really is a high-performance moped. The motor offers 14kW and a massive 587Nm of torque, backing up official claims of 0-50kph in 2.3 seconds and 0-100kph in 4.9 seconds – this is true motorcycle performance, although top speed is limited to 60mph. The chassis has a superbike flavour, too, with two-sensor ABS, fully adjustable suspension at both ends and a distinctive exoskeleton frame.

The twin batteries (sorry, can't call them Turbo Twins) are very small and light, giving a range of only 37 miles. But Zapp reckons that with average European city daily mileage being only 12 miles, that's enough, and the smaller batteries are easier to carry up to the office or flat for a recharge. Zapps are sold direct online, with annual servicing performed at the owner's home by, wait for it... 'Zappers'.

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New Atlas |
2019-11-19

Zapp's striking i300 electric scooter rolls into production

Just over a year ago, UK startup Zapp revealed an eye-catching electric scooter called the i300 that promised enormous torque and fast acceleration. Now the city roller has entered production, with the first deliveries expected to start in late Q4.

"With thrilling performance as i300’s core feature, we are pleased with the market’s positive feedback so far and believe Zapp will be the performance city bike of choice for European city dwellers," said Zapp CEO and co-founder Swin Chatsuwan.

The i300's aluminum load-bearing exoskeleton with a chrome-moly steel tube support structure makes for a lightweight scoot for rider and passenger, coming in at a ready-to-ride weight of 90 kg (198 lb).

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DailyHunt |
2019-11-19

Zapp i300 Electric Scooter Goes On Sale In Europe

The funky looking electric scooter claims to be as powerful as a 300cc scooter

Claimed 0-70kmph acceleration is 4.1 seconds and top speed is 96kmph! It gets two swappable batteries which offer a combined range between 60km and 90km. Zapp offers optional luggage bins large enough to carry an extra battery pack. Being a performance-oriented scooter, chances of this coming to India are very slim.

Some might argue that the Zapp i300 is too funky looking to be an electric scooter. Some might feel that its minimalistic design makes it difficult to hide an electric motor and battery pack in the bodywork. Zapp has done just that and installed two slim 2.5kWh battery packs in the floorboard. These swappable lithium-ion batteries weigh just 5kg each and offer a combined range of 60km to 90km. Both batteries take around four hours to fully charge. With selectable battery regeneration onboard, it gets an extra 10 to 20 percent boost in range.

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BikeWale |
2019-11-17

Zapp i300 electric scooter introduced in the UK

- Power output equivalent to a 300cc internal combustion-engined scooter

- Features two removable battery packs, each weighing 5kg

- Built around a load-bearing aerospace-grade single-piece aluminium chassis

With the world moving towards electric mobility, several manufacturers big or small have started introducing their range of EV products. Not wanting to be late for the party, British-based company called Zapp has announced that its i300 electric scooter is ready to hit the market. The significant part is that the electric scooter is claimed by the manufacturer to have electric performance equivalent to that of a 300cc internal combustion-engined scooter.

Zapp has opted for a very modern and innovative approach with the design of the i300. While some might find it odd, others are likely to find the design quite an eye turner. The e-scooter has been built around a load-bearing aerospace-grade single-piece aluminium chassis that offers a clean, sculpted design that is also extremely light on the scale. Zapp has performed wind tunnel testing with the i300, claiming it is the only electric scooter in the market to have undergone this test. Notably, the front fender on the i300 is interchangeable with different coloured panels. Besides that, the i300 comes with a high-resolution screen positioned between the handlebar providing detailed information on the e-scooters health.

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MSN |
2019-11-17

Zapp i300 electric scooter introduced in the UK

- Power output equivalent to a 300cc internal combustion-engined scooter

- Features two removable battery packs, each weighing 5kg

- Built around a load-bearing aerospace-grade single-piece aluminium chassis

With the world moving towards electric mobility, several manufacturers big or small have started introducing their examples of EV products.

Not wanting to be late for the party, British-based company called Zapp has announced that its i300 electric scooter is ready to hit the market.

The significant part is that the electric scooter is claimed by the manufacturer to have electric performance equivalent to that of a 300cc internal combustion-engined scooter.

Zapp has opted for a very modern and innovative approach with the design of the i300. While some might find it odd, others are likely to find the design quite an eye turner.

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RideApart |
2019-11-14

Zapp i300 Electric Scooter Is Now Ready To Conquer Europe

Take your batteries and go!

UK-based electric scooter firm Zapp has announced that it’s ready to begin delivering its electric i300 scooter to customers. As you might expect from the name, its electric performance is meant to be equivalent to a 300cc internal combustion-engined scooter. 

One of the funnest things about seeing different electric two-wheeler makers come to market is how much variety in design there is. When Zapp first unveiled the i300 back in 2018, the design definitely turned heads. Some said “yes,” while others distinctly said “no,” but that’s what happens with designs that aren’t just a rehash of what has gone before. 

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Web Bike World |
2019-11-07

Zapp Preps Its i300 Performance City Scooter For Deliveries

With all of the news coming out of Italy at EICMA, we didn’t want to overlook the other things that are going on in the industry. One of the companies that has caught my eye recently is Zapp Scooter. It’s an electric scooter company that has a unique i300 electric scooter. It was unveiled last year and is now ready for deliveries. 

The i300 is the company’s flagship model. It features a 14kW internal permanent magnet electric motor and two portable battery packs, adjustable suspension, two-sensor ABS, and modular storage systems. Now for the performance specs. This bike can do 0-31 mph in just 2.3 seconds and 0-62 mph in just 4.9 seconds. The electric motor is able to put out 433 lb-ft of torque, according to the company. It will compete with 300cc size scooters.

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New Mobility |
2019-11-07

Zapp readies the i300 Performance City Bike for deliveries

Britain-based Zapp Scooter has announced that its flagship i300 model has entered production and will begin deliveries of the electric bike before the end of this year.

The i300 was unveiled last year and is unique in the powered two-wheel marketplace (EVs & ICE) in delivering superbike-like acceleration and riding dynamics, but with the convenience, accessibility, and ease of a scooter. The production i300 stays true to the design of the prototype presented in 2018. With finishing touches and refinements on a bold design that has since won the Silver Prize at the 2019 European Product Design Award.

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Electrive |
2019-11-06

Startup Zapp startet Produktion seines E-Rollers i300

Das britische Startup Zapp hat die Produktion seines ersten E-Rollers gestartet und wird noch in diesem Jahr mit den Auslieferungen beginnen. Der bis zu 14 kW starke i300 ist ab 5.250 Pfund (derzeit rund 6.100 Euro) erhältlich.

Erst vor gut einem Jahr hatten die Briten den E-Roller mit Wechsel-Akku gezeigt, der vor allem auf ein leichtes Gewicht, Performance und Personalisierung setzt. Jetzt wurde das Montagewerk in Thailand eröffnet und die Produktion gestartet. Anfangs sei das Werk für bis zu 10.000 Fahrzeuge pro Jahr ausgelegt.

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Electrive |
2019-11-05

British performance e-scooter Zapp i300 on sale now

The British electric scooter startup Zapp has started production of its first e-scooter presented in 2018 and says deliveries will begin this year. The i300 model hinges on lightweight, performance and personalisation – for a price.

Zapp entered the UK stage last year when first showing what can be considered a performance e-scooter. The i300 is now in production, largely based on the prototype, with prices starting from 5,250 pounds (around 6,100 euros).

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Drivingeco |
2019-11-05

Zapp i300: llega la scooter eléctrica más rápida de la ciudad

Zapp Scooter es una firma británica especializada en motocicletas eléctricas que acaba de anunciar su llegada a España con la nueva i300. Esta compañía siempre ha tenido entre sus pilares la tecnología, por lo que ya ha solicitado cinco patentes internacionales relacionadas con la industria de las motocicletas.

La nueva Zap i300 ha sido concebida como una scooter eléctrica de altas prestaciones, por lo que monta un motor eléctrico con una potencia de 14 kW, es decir, casi 19 caballos y ¡587 Nm de par! Nada mal si tenemos en cuenta que la mayoría de motocicletas de 125cc que tenemos en el mercado (las que pueden llevarse con el carnet de coche), no superan los 15 caballos. No es tan potente como la motocicleta eléctrica de Harley Davidson, pero sí que es mucho más ligera.

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Motorcycle News |
2019-11-04

Zapp i300 pricing revealed along with novel £19/week ownership model

Pricing and full spec details have been revealed for the Zapp i300 – a British-designed electric maxi scooter that is built in Thailand and is set to hit UK roads later in 2019.


The headline figures are a 0-62mph sprint in 4.9 seconds (that's all it will do, as it's electronically limited), and a 37-mile range from the two 5kg removable batteries. It’s built at a solar-powered plant, and this is one of the reasons the company are promising "Gen-2 sustainability" for the i300.

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Motorcycle News |
2019-11-04

On a charge! It's the best electric motorbikes coming soon in 2019 and 2020

Zapp i300

Designed in the UK and built in Thailand, the Zapp i300 is a city scooter with serious performance, including a peak torque figure of 433lb-ft!

Other spec highlights include a pair of removable 5kg battery packs, lots of personalisation and a novel £19/week finance offer.

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Motorcycle News |
2018-12-27

Best electric bikes to look forward to in 2019

British electric scooter manufacturer, Zapp, revealed more details about their i300 scooter in October 2018, including convenient removable laptop-sized battery packs and a 0-30mph time of 2.4 seconds, making it ideal for commuters.

A true congestion-buster, the bike weighs just 90kg and is powered by lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a claimed maintenance-free air-cooled electric motor. Once removed, the batteries can be charged using a household plug. 

Based in Hethel, Norfolk, Zapp designed the 300cc maxi scooter-rival in the UK, before outsourcing the production to plants overseas.

Available to pre-order at www.zappscooter.com now, it also uses a regenerative braking system, which returns energy once the throttle has been shut, to help the rider gain more range.

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Motorcycle News |
2018-12-26

Top 9 craziest motorbikes of 2018

There’s been no shortage of exciting motorbike announcements in 2018, from new models or manufacturers to updates for exciting bikes and a raft of concepts and customs.

While we’re excited for bikes like the Norton Atlas, BMW S1000RR and Aprilia RS 660, some bikes caught our eye by being completely unexpected, technologically advanced or just plain crazy.

The Zapp i300 is the second electric bike to feature in this list, but it would struggle to be further from the Arc Vector listed above. Aimed squarely at commuters, the 90kg scooter features easily removable batteries for convenient charging, a 0-30mph time of 2.4 seconds and a futuristic, minimalist design.

Swin Chatsuwan, Chief Executive of Norfolk-based Zapp, said: "With air quality in cities worsening and our roads becoming increasingly congested, the world needs new alternatives to urban transport.

"With its revolutionary design, thrilling performance, and clean power source, we believe the i300 is the urban mobility solution people have been looking for."

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electric & hybrid vehicle technology international |
2018-11-07

New UK manufacturer to launch full-electric scooter

A new British vehicle manufacturer will be launching a fully electric, high-performance scooter in Q2 2019. The i300, produced by Zapp, is powered by a 14kW air-cooled interior PM electric motor, and produces 587Nm of torque at the back wheel. The scooter’s lightweight construction (it weighs 90kg) makes it possible for the i300 to cover the 0-30mph (0-48km/h) sprint in less than 2.4 seconds.

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wheels within wales |
2018-11-05

Electric scooter debut

Zapp, a new scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, has unveiled the i300.

A fully electric, high-performance scooter designed to lead the urban transport revolution, the i300 aims to make commuting more fun, stylish and sustainable. The £5,250 new Zapp i300 is powered by a pair of cutting-edge, lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a maintenance-free air-cooled interior permanent magnet electric motor. 

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EBIKE-GENERATION |
2018-11-02

Zapp i300 : la Tesla du scooter électrique

Equivalent 125 destiné à la la ville, le Zapp i300 mise sur ses performances pour séduire.

Conçu par Zapp, une société britannique basée à Norwich, au sud-est de l'Angleterre, le i300 interpelle par son look original, marqué par un châssis en forme de "Z", et ses perfomances à la fois surprenantes et dignes des voitures électriques de Tesla. Déporté et entrainant la roue arrière grâce à une courroie, le moteur électrique développe jusqu'à 14 kW de puissance et entraine le scooter jusqu'à 100 km/h. 

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Motorcycle Trader |
2018-11-02

New British Brand Zapp Unveils High Performance Fully Electric i300 Scooter

Zapp, a new UK scooter manufacturer has unveiled the i300, a fully electric, high-performance scooter designed to lead the urban transport revolution. The i300 aims to make commuting more fun, stylish and sustainable.

The new Zapp i300 is powered by a pair of lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a maintenance-free air-cooled interior permanent magnet electric motor. The i300’s 14kW motor produces 587Nm of torque at the rear wheel, which combined with a lightweight construction of 90kg, means a claimed 0-30mph time of less than 2.4 seconds

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Bennetts |
2018-11-02

BikeSocial’s Bike News Round-up 2/11/18

Zapp i300 electric scooter revealed

Our electric news continues with the first look at the new i300 scooter from British firm Zapp. Powered by a 14kW electric motor, the firm is claiming it can sprint from 0-30mph in 2.4 seconds and tops out at 60mph. Clever features include a removable battery, about the size of a laptop, so you can park the i300 on the street and bring the battery indoors to charge, or you could swap a flat battery for a fully-charged one for an instant refuel.

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New Zealand Autocar |
2018-11-02

This scooter has more torque than a Ranger Raptor

No, really. UK-based scooter manufacturer, Zapp, has unveiled a 14kW electric scooter that boasts 587Nm of torque. Or, if you want to think of it this way, nearly six times the twisting force of a Fireblade superbike.

The futuristically-styled i300 is powered by lightweight lithium-ion batteries and an air-cooled permanent magnet electric motor. That motor may only offer 14kW but the huge torque and a mass of just 90kg means it can hit 50km/h in less than 2.4 seconds and 72km/h in 4.1s. Don’t forget that most other electric scooters are pushing just two or three kilowatts.

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Fleet Europe |
2018-11-02

New electric scooter for UK roads

Zapp, a new scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, has just unveiled the i300, a fully electric scooter.  The i300 is powered by a pair of lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a maintenance-free air-cooled interior permanent magnet electric motor. The i300’s 14kW motor produces 587Nm of torque at the rear wheel, which combined with a lightweight construction of 90kg, means a 0-30mph (48 km/h) time of less than 2.4 seconds. Top speed is limited to 60 mph (100 km/h).

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British Dealer News |
2018-11-01

British-based Zapp electric scooter launched

Zapp, a new scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, has unveiled the i300. A fully electric, "high-performance scooter designed to lead the urban transport revolution, the i300 aims to make commuting more fun, stylish and sustainable".

The new Zapp i300 is powered by a pair of lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a maintenance-free air-cooled interior permanent magnet electric motor. The i300’s 14kW motor produces 587Nm of torque at the rear wheel, which combined with a lightweight construction of 90kg, means a 0-30mph time of less than 2.4 seconds

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Visor Down |
2018-11-01

Zapp e-scooter claims 0-30 in under 2.4secs

UK Based scooter manufacturer Zapp has unveiled a new 14kW scooter that can reportedly accelerate from nought to thirty in under three seconds.

The futuristically-styled, all-electric i300 is powered by lightweight lithium-ion batteries and an air-cooled, interior permanent magnet electric motor. The i300’s 14kW motor produces a whopping 587Nm of instant torque at the rear wheel, which, combined with a low mass of just 90kg, gives a claimed a 0-30mph time of less than 2.4 seconds. To put that into perspective, the Zapp i300 has nearly six times more torque than a Honda Fireblade. From a scooter!

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Electrive.com |
2018-11-01

UK start-up launching high speed electric scooter

Zapp i300 features two removable battery pack solution.

Zapp is a new start-up for electric scooters from Great Britain. Their first product is the i300, a stylish electric scooter that packs a lot of power. It is light and fast but such performance comes at a price. The electric scooter of British Zapp is designed with style-conscious urban dwellers in mind. The acceleration brings it near small motorcycle territory. With a torque of 587 Nm the 14 kW strong Zapp i300 accelerates from 0 to 48 kph within 2.35 seconds, according to the manufacturer.

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Metro Online |
2018-11-01

New tech we want

Zapp i300 Electric Scooter

A British start-up has just launched this uniquely designed ride that also happens to be the world’s first electric scooter powered by a conveniently compact removable battery. It promises ‘superbike-level componentry’ and 0-30mph in 2.35 seconds. £5,250 (pre-order), zappscooter.com 

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Prestige Electric Car & Bike / La Cultura de la Mo |
2018-11-01

Zapp, the new high-performance scooter

Zapp, a new scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, unveiled a fully electric, high-performance scooter powered by a pair of cutting-edge, lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a maintenance-free air-cooled interior permanent magnet electric motor. The i300’s 14kW motor produces 587Nm of torque at the rear wheel, which combined with a lightweight construction of 90kg, means a 0-30mph time of less than 2.4 seconds.

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AUTO.CZ |
2018-11-01

Zapp i300: Zábavný i praktický elektrický skútr z Velké Británie

Zapp je nová zna?ka elektrických skútr?, která chce prost?ednictvím svého modelu i300 vést revoluci v individuální m?stské doprav?.

Zapp, jehož centrála sídlí ve Velké Británii, má pom?rn? ambiciózní plány, jichž chce dosáhnout za pomoci svého elektrického skútru i300. Ten má díky svému designu, technice i jízdním výkon?m u?init jízdu m?stskými ulicemi za prací i zábavou stylov?jší a zárove? s nulovými emisemi výfukových plyn? v míst? provozu.

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Evening Express |
2018-10-31

Zapp today unveiled its all-new performance electric scooter – the i300

Capable of going from 0-30mph in under 2.4 seconds, the scooter has been designed to ‘lead the urban transport revolution’, according to the manufacturer. The i300 is powered by a pair of lightweight lithium-ion batteries linked to a magnet electric motor.

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Motor Cycle News |
2018-10-31

New British electric maxi scooter revealed

After teasing us earlier this month, new British electric scooter manufacturer, Zapp, have today unveiled the i300 electric scooter.

Aimed at commuters, Zapp’s new scoot is powered by lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a maintenance-free air-cooled interior permanent electric motor. The batteries are made easy-to-use and can be removed and plugged into any household socket.

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Yahoo! News |
2018-10-31

Zapp lifts the lid on high-performance i300 electric scooter

Zapp today unveiled its all-new performance electric scooter – the i300.

Capable of going from 0-30mph in under 2.4 seconds, the scooter has been designed to ‘lead the urban transport revolution’, according to the manufacturer. The i300 is powered by a pair of lightweight lithium-ion batteries linked to a magnet electric motor. A sizeable 587Nm of torque is sent to the rear wheel, which helps give the scooter its brisk performance. Prices for the i300 start at £5,250 before the government’s plug-in motorcycle grant, which currently stands at a maximum of £1,500.

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The London Bulletin |
2018-10-31

New British brand Zapp unveils high performance fully electric i300 scooter

A fully electric, high-performance scooter designed to lead the urban transport revolution, the i300 aims to make commuting more fun, stylish and sustainable.

The new Zapp i300 is powered by a pair of cutting-edge, lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a maintenance-free air-cooled interior permanent magnet electric motor. The i300’s 14kW motor produces 587Nm of torque at the rear wheel, which combined with a lightweight construction of 90kg, means a 0-30mph time of less than 2.4 seconds. 

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New Atlas |
2018-10-31

Zapp unveils stylish i300 electric scooter

After a short teaser campaign, UK startup Zapp has revealed the striking i300 electric scooter. It rocks a radical yet familiar look, has a top speed of 60 mph and features a pull out battery pack for topping up while sat in the cafe or at the office.

The Zapp i300 produces 14 kW at 3,000 rpm and its monstrous 587 Nm of torque will get it from standstill to 30 mph (48 km/h) in 2.35 seconds, on its way up to an electronically-limited top speed of 60 mph. The given range is only about 37 miles (60 km) in Eco mode, but a slim removable Li-ion battery pack means that riders can charge in the office while the i300 is parked up. And users may be able to eke out a few more miles using regen braking.

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Express & Star |
2018-10-31

Zapp lifts the lid on high-performance i300 electric scooter

Zapp today unveiled its all-new performance electric scooter – the i300.

Capable of going from 0-30mph in under 2.4 seconds, the scooter has been designed to ‘lead the urban transport revolution’, according to the manufacturer.

The i300 is powered by a pair of lightweight lithium-ion batteries linked to a magnet electric motor. A sizeable 587Nm of torque is sent to the rear wheel, which helps give the scooter its brisk performance. Prices for the i300 start at £5,250 before the government’s plug-in motorcycle grant, which currently stands at a maximum of £1,500.

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Electrek |
2018-10-31

New UK electric scooter company unveils their 60 mph Zapp i300

We are just days away from the EICMA motorcycle and scooter show in Milan, and there’s been a steady stream of new electric two-wheeler unveilings. The newest is an impressive high performance electric scooter produced by the British startup company Zapp.

Zapp i300 electric scooter

Zapp began teasing their high-powered Zapp i300 electric scooter earlier this month. Now they’ve finally revealed it for the world to see. And it was worth the wait. With an electronically limited top speed of 60 mph (96 km/h), the Zapp i300 is one of the fastest electric scooters on the market. Keep in mind that we’re talking about moped-style scooters – not the Lime and Bird variety.

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02w |
2018-10-31

Zapp unveils high performance i300 e-scooter

Zapp, a new scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, has unveiled a 300cc equivalent e-scooter – the i300.

The i300 is powered by a pair of lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a maintenance-free air-cooled interior permanent magnet electric motor. The i300’s 14kW motor produces 587Nm of torque at the rear wheel, which combined with a lightweight construction of 90kg, means a 0-30mph time of less than 2.4 seconds. The easy-to-transport batteries enable owners to charge by simply removing the battery and plugging it into any household socket. Convenience and practicality is maximised, while range anxiety is now a thing of the past.

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Ride Apart |
2018-10-31

Zapp Unleashes New Electric Monster Super-Scooter

This is what we call a sleeper.

The appeal of electric scooters isn’t performance: it can be versatility, fuel economy, mobility, and sometimes might even be looks—they’re so darn cute! But never performance. Or so we thought: a British manufacturer has decided to prove us wrong by unleashing a beast of electric scooter, and it’s still pretty cute.

The Zapp i300 was teased earlier in October with the promise of fun, exciting, and above all powerful performance. We didn’t know just how much power the Brit startup had in mind so we sniggered a little, thinking the newcomer to the electric game was just being cocky. Zapp has finally launched its e-scooter and boy were we wrong.

Think Vespa meets Ducati—gimmicky colors and monstrous performance. Turns out the i300 packs quite the punch, announced with a peak torque of 432 lb-ft and the ability to do 0 to 45 mph in 4.10 seconds. We’ll let that sink in. You probably wonder what’s the point of giving a simply scooter so much power and our answer to that is why the heck not?

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Superbike News |
2018-10-31

New British Brand Zapp Unveils Fully Electric i300 Scooter

Zapp, a new scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, has today unveiled the i300. A fully electric, high-performance scooter designed to lead the urban transport revolution, the i300 aims to make commuting more fun, stylish and sustainable.

The new Zapp i300 is powered by a pair of cutting-edge, lightweight lithium-ion batteries and a maintenance-free air-cooled interior permanent magnet electric motor. The i300’s 14kW motor produces 587Nm of torque at the rear wheel, which combined with a lightweight construction of 90kg, means a 0-30mph time of less than 2.4 seconds

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Cool Smart Phones |
2018-10-31

Unveiled. The Zap i300 fully electric scooter

Ideal for commuting in cities, this has a range of 35 miles and you can fully charge the removable 5kg battery in less than three hours. Prices start at £5,250 prior to the UK government’s Plug-in Motorcycle Grant. Zapp will also have finance options so that you can pay as little as £19 a week for one of these.

If you get one, you’ll find that it’s the fastest accelerating electric scooter on the market – 0-30 mph in less than 2.4 seconds and 0-45 in 4.1 seconds. There’s a top-speed of 60mph and you can choose between three regenerative braking charging modes – ECO, POWER and Zapp.

The makers have sought to produce a funky, stylish and high-performance scooter to make commuting more fun and sustainable. The maintenance-free air-cooled electric 14kW motor produces 587Nm of torque at the rear wheel – and the bike is only 90kg too – so you that fast acceleration which combined with a lightweight construction of 90kg, means a 0-30mph time of less than 2.4 seconds. Most standard electric scooters have motors in the 2-4 kW range. The 587 Nm torque is more than an top-end Audi A6.

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The Sunday Post |
2018-10-31

Zapp lifts the lid on high-performance i300 electric scooter

Zapp today unveiled its all-new performance electric scooter – the i300.

Capable of going from 0-30mph in under 2.4 seconds, the scooter has been designed to ‘lead the urban transport revolution’, according to the manufacturer. The i300 is powered by a pair of lightweight lithium-ion batteries linked to a magnet electric motor. A sizeable 587Nm of torque is sent to the rear wheel, which helps give the scooter its brisk performance. Prices for the i300 start at £5,250 before the government’s plug-in motorcycle grant, which currently stands at a maximum of £1,500.

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Outlook India |
2018-10-16

Upcoming Zapp i300 Is A Motorsport-Inspired E-Scooter

The i300 features a lightweight aluminium exoskeleton and swappable battery technology.

With the world moving towards electric mobility, most big and small auto manufacturers have shifted their focus on expanding their EV portfolio. This has also paved way for many startups to try their hand in building the vehicle of the future. The latest one to join the bandwagon is a British company called Zapp, which recently released a teaser image of their upcoming high-performance scooter - the i300.

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Yahoo! News |
2018-10-15

British Electric Invasion: Zapp’s High-Performance E-Scooter

Performance and scooter can go hand in hand.

The future of electric scooters lies in performance? The beauty of an electric powertrain is that you can get a lot of juice without having a big engine, and accelerations are insanely fun. While most scooters promote their cleanliness and absence of emissions, new Brit startup Zapp is instead promoting a high-performance electric scooter.


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Motor 1 |
2018-10-15

British Electric Invasion: Zapp’s High-Performance E-Scooter

Performance and scooter can go hand in hand.

The future of electric scooters lies in performance? The beauty of an electric powertrain is that you can get a lot of juice without having a big engine, and accelerations are insanely fun. While most scooters promote their cleanliness and absence of emissions, new Brit startup Zapp is instead promoting a high-performance electric scooter.

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Scotland Connected |
2018-10-14

British Start-up Zapp to Launch the UK’s First Electric Scooter

Zapp, a new electric scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, will unveil its high performance, i300 electric scooter later this month. The company is a new entrant to the market but from the outset will be a leader in the urban transport revolution, with its new scooter providing thrilling performance, innovation, performance and a practical and dependable electric range. With affordable running costs, and highly-appealing, next generation design, the Zapp 300cc-equivalent scooter is like nothing else currently available on the market.

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ultimatemotorcycling.com |
2018-10-12

Zapp e-Scooter Set to Launch This Month in the UK

British startup Zapp Scooter, Ltd. is poised to launch the first electric scooter manufactured in the U.K. The company, which was incorporated in 2017, has announced it will soon introduce its high performance Zapp i300 electric scooter later this month.                            

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Bennetts |
2018-10-12

BikeSocial’s Bike News Round-up 12/10/18

Another British start-up with electric bike plans is Zapp, which is promising to launch its first machine – the i300 electric scooter – later this month. The bike’s name shows its intentions to compete with conventional 300cc scooters. Whether that will be in terms of price as well as performance remains to be seen, but interestingly the firm says that it has a ‘convenient, innovative charging solution and customer service ecosystem’ that means ‘range anxiety is now a thing of the past.”

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Motor News Online |
2018-10-12

Zapp To Launch...

The UK’s First Electric Scooter

Zapp, a new electric scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, will unveil its high performance, i300 electric scooter later this month. The company is a new entrant to the market but from the outset will be a leader in the urban transport revolution, with its new scooter providing thrilling performance, innovation, performance and a practical and dependable electric range. With affordable running costs, and highly-appealing, next generation design, the Zapp 300cc-equivalent scooter is like nothing else currently available on the market.

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Ride Apart |
2018-10-11

British Electric Invasion: Zapp’s High-Performance E-Scooter

The future of electric scooters lies in performance? The beauty of an electric powertrain is that you can get a lot of juice without having a big engine, and accelerations are insanely fun. While most scooters promote their cleanliness and absence of emissions..                            

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Lauto Mobile |
2018-10-11

Zapp, scooter a batteria British style


Zapp, nuova start up dedita alla produzione di veicoli a due ruote con sede in Inghilterra, ha annunciato il lancio di un nuovo scooter elettrico ad alte prestazioni destinato ad incrementare nel Regno Unito il mercato dei mezzi a impatto zero.

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02w |
2018-10-11

British start-up company launches new Zapp i300 e-scooter

Zapp, a new electric scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, will unveil its high performance, i300 electric scooter later this month. The company is a new entrant to the market, but claim that from the outset they will be a leader in the urban transport revolution, with their new scooter providing thrilling performance, innovation, performance and a practical and dependable electric range.

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visordown.com |
2018-10-10

Brit Start-Up Teases Electric Scooter With Superbike-Level Components

The future of electric scooters lies in performance? The beauty of an electric powertrain is that you can get a lot of juice without having a big engine, and accelerations are insanely fun. While most scooters promote their cleanliness and absence of emissions, new Brit startup Zapp is instead promoting a high-performance electric scooter.                             

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zigwheels.com |
2018-10-10

Upcoming Zapp i300 Is A Motorsport-inspired e-Scooter

With the world moving towards electric mobility, most big and small auto manufacturers have shifted their focus on expanding their EV portfolio. This has also paved way for many startups to try their hand in building the vehicle of the future. The latest one to join the bandwagon is a British company called Zapp, which recently released a teaser image of their upcoming high-performance scooter - the i300.                             

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British Dealer News |
2018-10-10

Zapp Electric Scooter to be Launched

Zapp, a new electric scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, will unveil its "high performance", i300 electric scooter later this month. The company is a new entrant to the market but intends to be a leader in the urban transport revolution, with its new scooter providing "thrilling performance, innovation, performance and a practical and dependable electric range". 

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motoblog.it |
2018-10-10

Scooter elettrici: sta arrivando lo Zapp i300

Il produttore inglese ha rilasciato il primo video teaser del suo maxi scooter elettrico Zapp i300, che avrà un sistema di ricarica innovativo. Dal Regno Unito arriverà, presumibilmente entro fine novembre, un nuovo maxi scooter elettrico: è lo Zapp i300, prodotto dall'omonima azienda di Norwich, nel sud est dell'Inghilterra.

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ScooterLab.uk |
2018-10-09

New Zapp i300 electric scooter teaser

Details of a new UK based scooter manufacturer emerged today. Zapp will reveal it’s new 300cc equivalent, high-performance superbike inspired electric scooter later this month. Although the company are new they aim to “Be a leader in the urban transport revolution.”                             

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MSN Cars |
2018-10-09

Start-up Zapp to launch Britain’s first electric scooter

LONDON: Zapp, a new electric British scooter maker, will unveil its high performance i300 electric scooter later this month. The company is a new entrant to the market but from the outset seeks to be a leader in the urban transport revolution, with its new scooter claiming to provide thrilling performance, innovation, performance and a practical and dependable electric range.

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Superbike News |
2018-10-09

British Start-up Zapp to Launch The UK’s First Electric Scooter

Zapp, a new electric scooter manufacturer headquartered in the UK, will unveil its high performance, i300 electric scooter later this month. The company is a new entrant to the market but from the outset will be a leader in the urban transport revolution, with its new scooter providing thrilling performance, innovation, performance and a practical and dependable electric range.

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