Table of contents
- Niu MQi GT (2021) New e-scooter with exchangeable battery
- New MQi GT with even more internet
- Prices, colors and availability
- opinion poll
Niu is launching the new MQi GT and is offering an early bird discount.
400 euros can be saved on the purchase …
… which then results in a yield of 2,999 euros.
The new MQi GT is available in four colors and its new steel frame was developed specifically for two-person operation.
An L1e-compliant version with a top speed of 45 km / h is available. Without a throttle, the Niu runs 70 things.
It is driven by a 3.1 kilowatt wheel hub motor from Bosch with 45 Nm torque.
The two removable batteries offer a capacity of 31Ah. That should probably ensure a good 80 kilometers range.
The MQi GT is available in black, white, gray, blue and red.
All variants are on 14-inch wheels.
The motor recharges the battery when braking.
The charging status and parking position of the MQi GT can be displayed via the app. The app also shows whether the scooter is being moved.
The last routes traveled are also saved in a cloud by the Niu. Data protection, I hear you trap.
The Niu offers three driving modes with different maximum speeds.
The E-Save mode reduces to 25 km / h.
A maximum of 55 km / h is reached in city mode.
In the so-called sport mode, the MQi GT runs 70 things.
The maximum range of a good 80 kilometers can also be achieved in sport mode.
Niu specifies the charging time as 4 to 4.5 hours.
The MQi GT has an integral braking system (CBS) instead of an ABS.
When loaded with both batteries, the MQi GT weighs 112 kilograms.
The payload is specified as 157 kilograms.
E-scooter with exchangeable battery from Niu
Niu MQi GT (2021)
New e-scooter with exchangeable battery
Niu consciously describes itself as the world’s technologically leading electric scooter manufacturer and wants to prove this with the new MQi GT.
Niu has been around since 2015 and since then over 500,000 smart e-scooters have covered over seven billion kilometers. On average, that’s 14,000 kilometers each, which would mean 187 full charges for a 75-kilometer range per scooter. Where did Niu’s Chinese colleagues get this data from? Possibly from their own cloud, with which the Niu scooters are all connected according to the manufacturer, so that the owners can use the app to check the battery status, view the journey, locate the scooter and, of course, get a possible theft reported.
New MQi GT with even more internet
The new Niu MQi GT is the further development of the existing one Niu M series and comes with two removable batteries with a total of 31 Ah capacity, a 3,100 watt Bosch wheel hub motor and 14-inch tires. The engine should offer 45 Nm torque. The Niu is also given a new frame made of tubular steel, which seems to have been developed especially for two-person operation. The new batteries provide the MQi GT with power for a range of 70 to 80 km, depending on the top speed, which can be reduced to 45 km / h for the L1e class. Without a throttle, the Niu runs 70 km / h. The new top model also brings the usual Niu features, such as removable batteries, SmartConnectivity (smartphone app), anti-theft protection and energy recovery. Three driving modes with reduced top speeds of 25, 55 and 70 km / h can be selected.
Prices, colors and availability
Niu gives a non-binding retail price of 3,399 euros for Germany and Austria for its latest model. The color palette includes white, red, gray, blue and black, which can be selected at no extra charge.
Which electric concept on two wheels is the right one for you?
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If so, then only a powerful electric motorcycle.
I can imagine an electric scooter for commuting and city traffic.
A small, agile electric moped is definitely fun.
None at all.
With the new MQi GT, Niu is noticeably further developing the M series, which has been available since 2018. The features of the app sound interesting and with a range of a good 80 kilometers and a top speed of up to 70 km / h, the GT is an attractive city vehicle on paper.
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