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Engine Super Soco EEC Power 4000W
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Autonomy 140 Km (at 45 Km/h with 75 Kg driver, 2 batteries)
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Speed 90 Km/h
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Recharge 3.5 h at 60V15A (fast charge with single battery)
Discover CPx
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Engine Super Soco 4000W
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Autonomy 140 Km (at 45 Km/h with 75 Kg driver, 2 batteries)
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Speed 80 Km/h
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Recharge 3.5 h at 60V15A (fast charge with single battery)
Discover VS1
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Engine Super Soco 3900W
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Autonomy 110 Km (at 45 Km/h with 75 Kg driver)
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Speed 95 Km/h
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Recharge 5 h at 72V10A (fast charge with single battery)
Discover TC Max
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Engine BOSCH 1600W
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Autonomy 75 Km (at 45 Km/h with 75 Kg driver)
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Speed 45 Km/h
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Recharge 3.5 h at 60V10A (fast charge)
Discover CUx
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Engine BOSCH 1600W
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Autonomy 75 Km (at 45 Km/h with 75 Kg driver)
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Speed 45 Km/h
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Recharge 3.5 h at 60V10A (fast charge)
Discover CUx SE Ducati
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Engine BOSCH 1900W
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Autonomy 75 Km (at 45 Km/h with 75 Kg driver)
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Speed 45 Km/h
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Recharge 3.5 h at 60V10A (fast charge)
Discover TSx
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Engine BOSCH 1800W
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Autonomy 75 Km (at 45 Km/h with 75 Kg driver)
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Speed 45 km/h
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Recharge 3 h at 60V10A (fast charge)
Discover TS
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Engine BOSCH 1900W
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Autonomy 75 Km (at 45 Km/h with 75 Kg driver)
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Speed 45 Km/h
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Recharge 3.5 h at 60V10A (fast charge)
Discover TC

Zig Zag: 350 new sharing e-scooters in Milan, Italy 

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VMoto Soco and Zig Zag have launched a new fleet of 350 sharing electric vehicles in Milan. Users with a  driver's license will be able to use them around the city by registering through the app.

This new two-wheel sharing opportunity goes alongside the Tricity fleet of 100 already on Milanese soil.  The new Zig Zag CUx scooters feature a yellow and black livery that recalls New York taxis. The vehicles  have a 70 km range, with a 1,300 watt Bosch motor and a removable 60V-32 Ah lithium battery pack.

Zig Zag Scooter Sharing founders, Emanuele Grazioli and Diego Rocca, confirm the initiative contributes  to reinforcing an increasingly green policy, aiming to "make people move freely and in complete  autonomy, providing a service in addition to public transportation."

To use the service, people around Milan with a driver's license will have to register for free at www.zigzagsharing.com or via the Android and iOS apps. Entering the PIN unlocks the seat of the booked  scooter to access a helmet and a hygienic, disposable balaclava. Simple and effective, from July 24th the  service will be usable even outside the app's area of competence.

After Milan and Rome, the company wants to extend scooter sharing services to other Italian cities  including Turin.

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