Okaya EV teases the launch of its new electric scooter on February 10

Okaya EV has released a new electric scooter on its social media site. The scooter is called the Faast F3 and will be launched on February 10. This is the fourth electric scooter in their portfolio. The scooter is equipped with a 1200 watt motor that can deliver 2500 watts of peak power.

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February 3, 2023 at 13:31 pm

The design of the Okaya Faast F3 is unclear. Specifications have also not been revealed.

There are dual battery packs on the scooter. They are 3.5 kWh lithium-ion LFP batteries. There’s also switchable technology to extend battery life. As of now, there is not much information about the Okaya Faast F3.

Other electric scooters from Okaya are the Faast F4, Freedum, and ClassicIQ. The Faast F4 is equipped with dual 72V 30Ah LFP batteries. The company claims a range of between 140-160 kilometers. The battery pack supports fast charging. Speaking of charging, the charging time is 5 to 6 hours. It also has three riding modes – Eco, City and Sport – with a top speed between 60-70 km/h. Has Combi braking system and all LED lighting.Okaya Faast F4 Cost ¥109,000 (ex-showroom).

Also read: Okaya launches Faast electric scooter, priced at $ ¥90,000, range 150 km

Then there’s the Freedum, which has a 48V 30Ah lithium battery pack. It is said to have a range of 70-75 km and a charging time of 5 to 6 hours. It doesn’t have any riding modes, but has a halogen headlight with LED daytime running lights. This is a low speed scooter, so the top speed is 25 km/h. Okaya Freedum sells for ¥74,899 (ex-showroom).

ClassicIQ has the same battery pack as Freedum. So, it’s a 48V 30Ah lithium battery pack with a claimed range of 60-70km. It has a top speed of 25km/h, but it gets all LED lighting with LED daytime running lights. Okaya ClassicIQ Cost ¥74,499 (ex-showroom).

First published date: Feb 3, 2023 at 13:31pm CST


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