22 KYMCO iFlow
- Engine: Electric
- Mileage: No info
- Power: 2.8 bhp
- Weight: 85 Kg
22 KYMCO iFlow Overview
22 Kymco is a joint venture between the 22Motors and Kymco. We saw the first generation of the iFlow as the 22Motors Flow in the Auto Expo 2018. The iFlow looks similar to any conventional scooter but it hosts the latest technology like LED lights, digital instrument panel and geofencing.
22 KYMCO iFlow Styling & Comfort
The style of the 22 Kymco iFlow is minimalistic and elegant. The scooter looks like any other regular scooter, but it comes with the advanced features. At the front, the circular headlight consists of twin LED projector setup with DRL’s. A digital console with Bluetooth and Cloud connectivity is an excellent feature for entertainment purpose. Other impressive features include geofencing and hill assist that prevents the scooter from mishaps. Speaking about the rear, there is an all-LED taillamp which looks funky. For more convenience, the scooter gets a cruise, a drag mode, and a reverse assist mode to help the rider in parking.
22 KYMCO iFlow Performance and Handling
The iFlow gets telescopic forks and rear twin shock absorbers which absorbs most of the bumps on the road and provides a smooth ride. The scooter is also quite nimble to use in the city traffic. The 12-inch tubeless tyres offer a decent grip.
22 KYMCO iFlow Competitors
22 Kymco iFlow will be competing against the Ather 340 and Hero Electric Photon 48V.
22 KYMCO iFlow Mileage
The scooter has two batteries and with a single battery; the 22 Kymco iFlow range is around 30 to 40 km. Moreover, the iFlow comes with regenerative braking.
22 KYMCO iFlow Engine & Transmission
The 22 Kymco iFlow specifications include a 2.1KW motor which claims a top speed of 60kmph. The scooter uses the IONEX batteries which weighs just 5 kgs and are swappable. The battery can be charged to 100% in an hour.
22 KYMCO iFlow Braking & Safety
Braking duties are handled by disc brakes in the front and at the rear. There is a Combined Braking System, ensuring that the tyres don't lock up under emergency braking.
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