CHICAGO, Aug. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Micro-mobility's innovation leader, Veo, also known as Veoride, today debuted the Astro Go personal e-scooter immediately available for order on its web site http://www.veoride.com/veoflex at $599 pre-order pricing, and $650 after its initial supply is sold out. In another first for the industry, Veo's Astro Go comes with turn signals marking a new safety innovation no other scooter models have, and all Veo e-scooters will have in the future.
"Veo is constantly solving the most pressing safety issues in our industry through continuous innovation," said Candice Xie, CEO of Veo. "The problem of scooter riders not being able to safely gesture in traffic and at night when they are planning to turn has been a big one, and we are thrilled to offer the Astro Go as a solution to this challenge."
Astro Go is a portable, personal e-scooter that levels up what riders can expect in terms of safety, strength, and a better riding experience. In the wake of COVID-19, Veo is bringing this flexible new transportation option directly to consumers for purchase as many riders are eager to have dependable modes of sanitary and solitary transportation that prevent them from having to ride on crowded buses and trains.
"As everyone faces the ongoing challenges of the pandemic, Veo is more committed than ever to developing leading micro-mobility solutions like the Astro Go that offer our riders flexibility, dependability, peace of mind, and the safest and most comfortable ride in the industry" said Xie.
A number of features that make Astro Go the highest quality e-scooter available for purchase include:
- Turn Signals
- Front & Back Suspension
- Front & Back Drum Braking
- 3 Speed Levels w/30 MPH Max
- 750 w Max Power Motor
- Full Battery Charge in 4-5 Hours
Astro Go folds in half for ease of carrying when not in use. The new e-scooter also boasts sturdier construction and a beefier design than other personal models on the market. Its lower center of gravity provides added stability along with a bigger ride deck and wider wheels ensuring a safer ride over potholes and in all types of road conditions.
Headquartered in Chicago, Veo, also known as VeoRide, is one of micro-mobility's fastest growing and most innovative companies. The company designs and manufactures a first-of-its-kind seated vehicle the Cosmo, e-scooters, e-bikes, and bikes specifically built for the rigors of shared use, as well as the new Astro Go e-scooter available for personal purchase on its web site. Veo products lead the industry in terms of vehicle durability, life-cycle sustainability, and are also widely recognized as the most comfortable and safest to ride. Veo has dozens of cities and universities nationwide as partners in its mobility share programs, and is adding additional municipalities and campuses every month. For more information, please visit http://www.veoride.com