German electric scooter brand Kumpan launches the 54 inspire

Kumpan electric, the German electric scooter brand, has launched its first new model in the 54i family, the 54 inspire, priced from €3,999 (Rs 3.70 lakh) in Europe.

Kumpan has announced that 54i family of scooters will have four models – 54 inspire, 54 iconic, 54 impulse and 54 ignite. Though not an all new line-up as it is based on the company’s 1954 Ri electric scooter, the 54i series gains new features for more comfort and driving capability. The 54 inspire is powered by a 28 Ah, 1479 wh battery that has a range of up to 62 km in a single charge and driven by a 3 kW motor that enables the scooter to touch a maximum speed of 45 km/h. There’s a 7-inch touchscreen display that offers information like the range, speed and energy consumption while you can also access other information like the location of the scooter and charge status through an app. The Kraftpaket 2.0 batteries are developed in-house with high-performance LG cells. They are removable and can be charged to full capacity in four hours.

Other features include keyless start, three riding modes – comfort, eco and rain, energy recuperation, hydraulic front and rear disc brakes, Kumpan Key app and OTA update capabilities.  

Other models in the series come with various range and power outputs. The 54i scooters can accommodate up to three battery packs and thus the 54 iconic offers a range of up to 186 km (three-battery pack) and the 54 ignite has a range of up to 120 km (two-battery pack). The 54 ignite will also have a more powerful motor with a maximum output of 7 kW and a maximum speed of 100 km/h. The 54 impulse has a top speed of 70 km/h. Kumpan Electric is offering a wide range of accessories that include an electric top case, 360-degree crash bar, windscreen and aluminium hook.

The 54 inspire and 54 iconic are now available to order and come under L1e vehicle group while the 54 ignite and 54 impulse will be launched in the third quarter of 2020 and fall under L3e vehicle group in Europe.

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