Hold up… the Xiaomi M365 Pro just had a Revamp!
It’s smarter -the snazzy new LED display shows your speed, distance, battery life and driving mode.
It’s safer -brand new safety features include front, back and side reflectors and improved skid-resistant, shock-absorbent pneumatic tyres.
Weighing in at just 14.2 kg, the Xiaomi Mi Pro 2 is made from aluminium alloy and can reach up to speeds of 15.5 mph. Choose between three speed modes -Speed, Normal or Eco- and you’re good to go. Slow things down with a dual braking system combining automatic regenerative brakes and a rear disc brake.
The strength of 40 18650 Lithium Ion battery cells power the 300W DC motor, which can quite easily carry you 28 miles on a single charge.
Link up your Mi Pro 2 with the Mi Home app via Bluetooth, so you can show off about your Mi Pro 2 adventures to everyone you know.
Our favourite thing about this slick new scooter is that it is equipped with a very smart BMS (battery management system). The Mi Pro 2 stores kinetic energy generated when you accelerate, converts it back into electricity and feeds it back to the battery, meaning not an ounce of energy is wasted. What an incredible superpower!
Xiaomi Pro 2 Electric Scooter – Features
- Maximum speed 15.5mph
- Maximum range in optimum conditions 28 Miles / 45km
- Dual braking system – Automatic electronic regenerative brakes with E-ABS and rear disc brake
- Skid resistant and shock absorbing 8.5 inch pneumatic tyres
- Sophisticated cruise control system
- Upgraded LED display with speed, battery level, distance and driving mode
- Three speed modes – Speed, Normal and Eco
- Brand new front, rear & side reflectors and a licence plate holder for added safety
- Front & rear lights
- Brake lights
- Smart phone enabled – connect via Bluetooth to the Mi Home App
Xiaomi Mi Pro 2 Electric Scooter – Specifications
- Weight – 14.2kg
- Power – 300W DC Motor
- Battery – 36v 12800mAh 474Wh 18650 Lithium Ion
- Tyres – 8.5″ Pneumatic (Air Filled)
- IP Rating – IP45
Warning: It is illegal to ride electric scooters on public roads, pavements, or cycle paths. They are intended only for use on private land with the owner’s permission