TIER Unveils TIER 6 e-Scooter in Europe

TIER Mobility has launched its sixth-generation e-scooter model, the TIER 6, which will be introduced in Germany, Austria, Hungary and Sweden.

TIER is renewing its fleet in cities such as Budapest, Linz, Varberg and Munich with the new electric scooter model.

TIER 6
The TIER 6 benefits from an advanced motor to help move around obstacles or power up hills

The TIER 6 has been designed to be more robust and withstand frequent urban use. Following the fleet upgrades, users will benefit from several key updates:

  • To avoid user frustrations, the vehicle has a display screen to provide visual feedback about city zone restrictions
  • The vehicle has improved turn signals that provide audio feedback and avoid accidental turn indication
  • The TIER 6 has a new phone holder which is optimally positioned in line of sight
  • The vehicle has been developed to offer the maximum stability and bump absorption with an improved hydraulic suspension
  • The new model has an improved double kickstand for more lateral stability

TIER operates in more than 240 cities and plans to gradually roll out this latest model across its network.

Dr. Julian Lehmann, Director of Product, Planning & Strategy, TIER said:

“We are very pleased that our riders in Germany, Austria, Hungary, and Sweden can enjoy the Summer season safely and comfortably with the new e-scooter model that focuses on safety, durability and user-friendliness. The new scooter model is a major improvement, both in terms of the user experience and the value we bring to cities.”

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