The Schwalbe – a bridge between the past, present and future of transportation. The Schwalbe’s success story began more than fifty years ago. Today it is an instantly recognisable cult object, known the world over for its durability and performance. Its striking design sets it apart from the masses, and turns everyone’s head. Now she’s back: this time with an electric drivetrain.
Retro yet modern. Its distinctive design attracts everyone’s attention. The classic body accommodated with modern features like a 4.4” LCD display and LED lighting.
Faster, higher and further than you might think. Continuously 4 kW engine performance and a range of 100 km, based on constant top-speed of 45 km/h.
The Schwalbe is easy to charge: 1200 W on-board-charger and a 5 meter cable, located under the seat. 50% of your Schwalbe is re-charged after 1.5h and ready for new adventures in just 1.5hours.
Our contribution to a green city: silent, clean and sustainable mobility. That’s what modern technology should be like.
The Schwalbe is extremely dynamic, agile and has a good acceleration. Three different driving modes ensure true driving pleasure. From 0-45 km/h in approx. 5 seconds.
One step ahead. Lithium-ion-batteries and a very strong drive (48V), developed together with our technology partner BOSCH. Read the technical data sheet.
Choose from up to 120 options to create your personal e-Schwalbe.
Your new electric scooter comes in eggshell white, sunflower yellow, light blue, opal green or midnight black and seat options as standard black, a brown scrambler or a light grey checker seat. How far do you wanna go? Choose between a range of up to 60km (one battery) or up to 120km (two batteries). Up to you!
You are interested in experiencing something new? You would like to convince yourself of the performance and the driving feeling of the Schwalbe?
Curious to go on a cruise with the Schwalbe? Then, please send us an email including your contacts and address to email@example.com.
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