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Electric kart Ninebot is the first Gokart ever that is made to drift



Weighting 47.7 kg, the electric kart Ninebot is the first Gokart ever that is made to drift. Besides footbrake, it has a mechanical handbrake which allows you not only to stop the vehicle abruptly but even to drift using it. Enjoy the ride with the fastest initial acceleration and sprint from 0 to 24 km/h in 2 seconds. Adjustable frame and steering wheel provide a variety of rider sizes between 130-190 cm height and a maximum load of 100 kg.

Unlike most Gokarts, the Ninebot electric kart from Segway with 650 x 630 x (1170-1300) mm dimension has an ability to go in reverse by simply tapping the brake pedal twice. Since the Ninebot Gokart has been designed for both children (14+) and adults, it can help riders to increase confidence in driving with hands on practice. Based on your experience you can choose between 3 driving modes. Novice mode has a top speed of 8 km/h, the Standard mode has a top speed of 18 km/h, and Sport mode has a top speed of 24 km/h.

Get ready to experience the coolest Ninebot ever with 2 motors with 800W maximum power each! The electric Gokart has a steering ratio of 2.1:1, allowing for precision steering and the ability to make the very tight turns. Connect your vehicle to the app via Bluetooth to display driving speed, cruising range, and fault reminders of the kart in real-time. The battery life of the Ninebot electric kart varies across the different driving modes, with a maximum range of 20 km. It takes about 3.5 hours to fully charge the battery.

Ninebot is a private company with a headquarter in Beijing, China. In April of 2015, Ninebot acquired Segway Inc. As the world’s leading provider of mobile robotics solutions, the Segway company focuses on the research and development, design, manufacturing, distribution, and sales of short-distance transportation products.

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