New Micromobility Vehicles Launched at CES 2023

From 5-8 January, CES 2023 took place in Las Vegas, debuting the latest micromobility vehicles from brands such as OKAI and Brightway.

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) first hosted an eMobility experience in 2022 to demonstrate e-bikes, e-scooters and the relevant micromobility accessories.

After exhibiting at the event for the first time in 2022, micromobility manufacturer, OKAI returned to CES in 2023 to present its latest micromobility technology.

This included the OKAI Panther ES800 off-road e-scooter, which has front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, front fork suspension, a rear shock absorber and off-road tubeless tyres to ensure a safe and smooth ride.

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OKAI Booth at Consumer Electronics Show 2023

In addition, OKAI unveiled the OKAI EB20 carbon fibre electric mountain bike, which has a range of up to 60 miles and a top speed of 28 miles per hour.

For urban use, OKAI also presented its Smart City EB60 e-bike. This model features an anti-theft IOT system, a torque sensor system and a smart disc brake.

Jack Gillin, OKAI America's Senior Director of Business Growth, said:

“OKAI is setting the bar for the whole e-mobility industry with its strong manufacturing power and sustainable product development. The industry has even greater market potentials. It's not only individual use or shared ride business; with the increasing adoption of micro-mobility products they can be used in more scenarios such as patrolling e-bikes or delivery e-bikes.”

Meanwhile, Brightway also launched its latest innovations at CES 2023, aiming to offer compact and reliable urban transportation products.

The manufacturer’s new NAVEE’s V-series of e-scooters has been designed for portability. For example, the V40 Pro shrinks to just 15 percent of its original size when collapsed, allowing it to be transported in cars and onboard public transport.

In addition, the lightweight NAVEE e-bike features built-in BAFANG torque sensors and a BAFANG control system to send real-time performance data to the vehicle’s embedded display and smartphone app.

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The NAVEE e-bike debuted at CES 2023

Finally, Brightway also debuted its first shared e-scooter model, the NAVEE Sharing Scooter.

This model features PU tyres and a dual-fork front suspension system designed for unpredictable urban terrain.

Furthermore, a modular system has been used for common points of failure such as the lights, kickstand and mudguard, to minimise downtime caused by maintenance and repairs.

To avoid unnecessary charging time, the Sharing Scooter also supports quick charging and has replaceable batteries.

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