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Segway e-scooters are coming January 2024

These are the N100, the E110L, and the E300SE

E-scooters are the future of personal mobility. PHOTO BY SAM SURLA

Segway e-scooters are coming into the Philippines very soon courtesy of the Autohub Group of Companies. Launched at the recent Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit, the lineup is comprised of three models: N100, E110L, and E300SE.

The N100 is powered by a 1,500W motor, with a top speed of 60km/h and a range of 105km. Weight is just 67kg, including the 14kg, 72V 24Ah battery. It is priced at P109,000.

The Segway N100 has a range of 105km. PHOTO FROM AUTOHUB

The E110L uses a 1,800W motor with a top speed of 62km/h. While it may not seem that big a difference to the N100, its motor also makes 150Nm, 50% more than the N100, which should give it more grunt for going uphill or with a heavy load. The range is 110km. It’s priced at P125,000.

The Segway E110L has 150Nm of torque, and a 110km range. PHOTO FROM AUTOHUB

The E300SE will give ICE scooters a run for their money at the stoplight drag races with its 7,800W motor and 200Nm of torque, though terminal velocity is only 105 km/h. It uses a dual battery system to get an estimated range of 130km. It’s priced at P275,000.

The Segway E300SE will go all the way to 105km/h, and has a range of 130km. PHOTO FROM AUTOHUB

All of the models get LED headlights and signal lights, as well as front and rear disc brakes with EABS. Both the N100 and the E110L can be fully charged in eight to nine hours with a 250W battery, while the E300SE needs only 5.5 hours thanks to its 1,008W charger.

Units are scheduled to arrive in January 2024, so better start saving up.

Andy Leuterio

Andy is both an avid cyclist and a car enthusiast who has finally made the shift to motorcycles. You've probably seen him on his bicycle or motorbike overtaking your crawling car. He is our motorcycle editor and the author of the ‘Quickshift’ column.