Electric unicycles are increasingly becoming a popular way to get around.
Personal Electric Vehicles (PEVs) are perfect for those who live in areas where their bike may not be able carry the weight or distance necessary on mountain roads or other tough terrains.
The V13 Is More Powerful Than Its Predecessors!
The advancement of lithium ion batteries has created an entirely new class for these devices that not only offers faster speeds but also greater torque to allow riders access even wider ranges at their fingertips! This advancement has led to the creation of the InMotion V13 Challenger.
How Does The InMotion V13 Challenger Perform?
The InMotion V13 Challenger takes the performance and power of previous models to new heights. The latest V13 model from InMotion delivers the powerful performance you need for any task with its 3,024 Wh battery pack.
The V13 has an operating voltage of 126V. This higher than average amount ensures that it can produce 4500W (6hp) at any given moment. But when you need that extra boost, this PEV peaks out at 10,000W of output!
To give you an idea of how fast this baby can go—the wheel lift speed on this EUC is 140 km/h (87 mph). And that’s with just one battery! The actual operational top speed? Maybe closer to 90 – 100 kilometers per hour (55 – 62 mph), but we don’t really need two speeds right? Just be careful when you’re trying to see for yourself and always remember to wear safety gear.
A Glance At The InMotion V13 Specs & Features
The 90 mm (3.5 inches) of suspension travel will ensure that you stay comfortable and protected on even the roughest roads.
The unicycle includes a touchscreen for selecting options, two charging ports, a USB-A and USB-C port for charging other devices, and an easy-to use rolling handle move your wheel without needing to carry it.
You might be able to save some money with this pre-order special. The InMotion V13 will retail for $4,600 but if you order now, you can purchase your EUC for $3,999–at a $600 discount!
By the way, this is one thicc wheel at (50 kg or 110 lb depending where you live). Unless you’re an absolute beast in the gym, don’t expect to single arm carry this electric unicycle very far!
For more information on electric unicycles, check out our Ultimate Buyers Guide!