Alongside its new 3008 SUV, Peugeot also unveiled a very attractive e-Kick, the electrically assisted scooter, which was developed jointly with the Swiss manufacturer Micro. 

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The e-Kick electrically assisted scooter is offered to those Peugeot 300 users who wish to use customised family mobility solutions in order to travel to the very destination on paths, where a car can't go and without having to walk for the last couple of miles. 

The e-Kick can be stored in the boot of the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV with a special built-in "dockstation" that also recharges the battery while the vehicle is driving.  he level of electric assistance is based on how hard the user kicks, allowing for speeds of up to 25 km/h

The e-Kick comes with a Lithium Ion battery, which is built in to the ultra-thin platform with the motor integrated directly into the rear wheel, providing a range of 12 km. It's also equipped with a foot-brake that is accompanied by a regenerative engine braking system that recharges the battery.  

Peugeot Design Lab also designed an innovative handlebar - special mechanisms allow the 8.5 kg e-Kick to be neatly and easily folded in a matter of a few seconds. The same folding system makes it possible for it to be rolled along on its front wheel, instead of being carried around.

May 25, 2016 Driving photo: Peugeot

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