NIU Technologies, a global leader in smart urban mobility solutions, introduces two new electric vehicles: the RQi-GT and TQi-GT, to add to its extensive line-up at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Committed to providing convenient and environmentally friendly ways to commute, NIU’s new ground-breaking electric vehicles aim to change the way people commute and think of urban mobility.
The new RQi-GT is an urban performance electric motorcycle, allowing riders to reach the outer limits of their city at top speeds of 100 miles per hour. Distinct driving modes let drivers customize the e-motorcycle to suit their daily life and commuting needs by optimizing the vehicle’s performance. Designed and built around NIU’s advanced technology, the motor provides a peak output power of 40 BHP and the two removable batteries (combined 6.5 kWh) can take riders up to 128 km on a single charge, making it the perfect mode of transportation for navigating both urban highways and congested city streets.
Revolutionizing the future and carving the way for a new vehicle category, NIU has reinvented the wheel with a unique twist and more modernized way to ride. Set out to create a vehicle that riders of any experience level would love from the moment they grab the handlebars, NIU invented the TQi-GT. The TQi-GT is NIU’s first self-balancing electric three-wheeler, which comes standard with autonomous driving functionalities, including self-parking. Designed to provide urban commuters with an advantageous way to enjoy their city, the TQi-GT can reach top speeds of 80 km/h and has a range of up to 128 km to provide more than a week of urban commuting range. In order to provide additional safety features for urban drivers, the TQi-GT is also equipped with an anti-lock braking system. The vehicle’s enhanced performance and updated safety features provide drivers with a new, unmatchable way to navigate through crowded city streets.