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Who says a scooter has to look dorky? OHE Mobility GmbH in Berlin has created a slick, practical, and zippy electric two-wheeler that doesn’t compromise on style. The 2.4kWh battery provides 25 miles of range, and you can even add a second battery for 50 miles. The stealthy black and grey body has a big double saddle, large footrests, a translucent lower front fairing, chunky wheels with fenders, and LED lighting in front and rear. You can choose between two power output levels: 3kW in the L1e or 7kW in the L3e. The top trim L3e can hit speeds of up to 62 mph, so getting to your destination quickly, quietly, and coolly should not be an issue.

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