This futuristic scooter’s design is something we can get behind

The electric Naon zero-one looks like the perfect urban mobility companion
by Leandre Grecia | Feb 10, 2022
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When we try to think of what motorcycles of the future will look like, a few bikes come to mind: the BMW CE-04 and the Husqvarna Vectorr are two of them. They’ve got simple yet sleek designs that just scream electric.

That’s exactly what we’re seeing with this electric scooter from Berlin-based manufacturer Naon, a company that specializes in two-wheeled electric mobility. This is its zero-one prototype, and we’re enjoying having a gander at it.

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It truly looks like a futuristic two-wheeled urban runabout. It’s got a no-frills design with minimal lines and edges, and it looks far different from most modern-day scooters.

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It’s got a thin aluminum frame with a monoshock suspension. Its front is composed mainly of a transparent windshield with a small light bar that appears to be the headlamp. The taillight is integrated nicely onto the seat, and the small front and rear fenders add to the minimalist look.

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The zero-one is powered by a 2.4kWh swappable battery that promises a maximum range of 70km. Adding a second battery doubles that range. The base L1e variant boasts 4hp and can reach speeds of up to 45kph—perfect for tight, traffic-riddled cities. The higher-spec L3e is capable of 9.39hp and tops out at 100kph. Naon has also fitted the zero-one with high-performance ABS and claims that its suspension setup is also topnotch.

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The zero-one L1e will sticker for €4,920 (P288,000) while the L3e will sell for €6,420 (P375,000). Production is set to begin this year. If the Naon zero-one were to make its way over to our market, would you consider buying one?

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