Ferrari designer reveals electric scooter

Pininfarina’s ‘last mile’ option is now on sale.

Ferrari’s very long-term style and design associate Pininfarina has pulled the handles off a new electrical scooter – dubbed the KPF Argento.

Made in partnership with ‘e-mobility specialist’ Platum, the aluminium two-wheeler steps 83.5cm from nose to tail and rides on 20cm tyres.

A solitary electric powered motor in the rear hub permits a top speed of 24km/h, when a lithium-ion battery boundaries range to 40km.

A digital display on the handlebars involves a speedometer, battery amount readings, and a headlight toggle.

The KPF Argento by Pininfarina scooter is now on sale in Italy from €599 ($AU$900).

Drive has attained out to the maker to ascertain if it options to offer you the solution in Australia, and this tale will be up to date if additional information results in being readily available.  

Pininfarina is ideal recognised for its get the job done on cars, notably from Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Peugeot, Bentley, Lancia, BMW, and Maserati.

A spin-off enterprise termed Automobili Pininfarina is now acquiring an electric powered hypercar recognized as the Battista, and underpinned by the Rimac Nevera system.

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