Halo City is a micro-electric scooter and personal transportation tool. It is an effective solution for “the last mile” problem in daily commute, allowing the user to travel effortlessly to and from bus or subway stations. Its “link-type folding system” also allows the scooter to be folded in two seconds, brought onto any mode of public transportation, or kept into the car boot. Folded, the length of the entire bikes measures less than a metre, and the lightweight scooter body only weighs 15.5kg, with a load capacity of 110kg. This provides users with a more portable and comfortable experience.
This portable scooter is equipped with an intelligent APP that can be connected to the scooter to show transport-related information. Users can switch mode, detect and remotely control the scooter, and perform other functions through the APP, while being sure of APP security. On the other side, the scooter’s body comes with intelligent modules, built-in GPS, and GSM chips. Thus users can monitor the vehicle’s location in real time from any location by using the anti-theft smart function.
The vehicle’s body is made of magnesium alloy, carbon fibre and other high-end composite materials. Its one-piece aluminium alloy frame adopts 3-D forging technology, which eliminates the need for welding links, thus reducing pollution and chances of injury during the welding process. All of these material considerations reduce the weight of the scooter, and ensures its strength. Both aluminium and magnesium alloy are also recyclable, which is favourable for environmental sustainability.
The overall link-type folding system reduces unnecessary structures and is aesthetically clean and simple. The LED daytime running lights is integrated with the car-level light guide technology to achieve a sleek daytime running “ring light” group, presented perfectly as a smooth and uniform “halo” luminous effect. Other unique features include environmentally-friendly lithium battery, BMS smart battery management system, high-speed brushless tooth motor, FOC sine-wave controller, front and rear disc brakes, newly developed bat-shaped bowless saddle and more.
It took over 2 years of research and development to complete the design of Halo City. With more than 98% of its parts newly researched and developed, the design has obtained 13 national patent certifications. Halo City hopes to create a green lifestyle aligned with the concept of “urban mobile + traffic series”.