Skoda offers sustainable mobility option for its customers
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Skoda offers micro-mobility option for its customers of Kamiq and Scala present in urban areas. The Skoda Scooter is the sustainable, environmentally friendly means of transport for the final mile to your destination.
I can understand that because when you head to the city, you don't always find parking exactly in front of the building or destination, with this you could park your car at a secure or designated parking facility, take out the scooter and scoot over to your destination.
The Skoda Scooter. Pic Credit: Skoda
The scooter can be folded up in a few simple steps, for that Skoda even patented the folding mechanism. Once it folded up it measures 49cm X 42cm X 11cm and it fits into the spare wheel compartment, under the floor of boot/trunk of the Kamiq and Scala cars that do not have a spare wheel. This also makes sure you have full capacity of the boot/trunk space available for when you need to utilise it.
The scooter is made out of aluminium and steel along with rubber handlebars for grip. It weighs a total of 5 kgs and carry a person that weighs up to 100kgs. It is finished in Skoda's signature colours. Currently, it is available in the Skoda Shop and costs 2,968.00 CZK or US$ 118.70 (approx).