Okinawa Autotech has announced that it has updated the Praise Pro and iPraise Plus electric scooters with advanced technology and improved ergonomics. The electric two-wheeler maker says the Praise Pro and iPraise Plus now come with a 40mm chassis to ensure better footwell for the rider. In addition, improved ergonomics ensure a more comfortable ride. The two electric scooters claim to offer a premium riding experience with CAN-compatible powertrains and fully digital color speedometers.
Talking about the refreshed Praise Pro and iPraise Plus, the electric automaker said that deliveries of the scooters have already started. They claim to be equipped with a more efficient AIS-156 Amendment 3 battery pack. Additionally, both scooters are now available in eight different new colors.
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Interested customers can pre-order these two Okinawa electric scooters online through the website or at their nearest dealer. Okinawa Autotech managing director and founder Jeetender Sharma said the new Praise platform aims to upgrade its entire product portfolio with best-in-class technology.
He also said the update has been introduced to the Praise platform after forming a joint venture with Tacita and establishing the company’s first global R&D center in Europe. “In Okinawa, we have always focused on customer satisfaction. We put our customers’ feedback first and improve our products accordingly. After forming a joint venture with Tacita and establishing our first global R&D center in Europe, we decided to Upgrade our entire range of products with best-in-class technology. The new Praise platform is our first product in this direction. The electric scooter is now equipped with a new platform that has improved ergonomics and offers more A good riding position provides additional comfort for the rider. I believe our continuous efforts to grow the electric vehicle ecosystem will help us achieve our vision of a sustainable future,” he said.
First published date: April 26, 2023 at 16:11 PM CST