New Electric Scooter Inspired by Tesla Cybertruck

Whether you like or dislike the Tesla Cybertruck, you can’t deny that it has a unique and bold design. Now, there’s a new electric scooter called the Infinite Machine P1 that takes inspiration from the Cybertruck. It’s like having a mini Cybertruck with just two wheels.

The P1’s design answers a question: “What if Tesla made a futuristic electric scooter?” The result is a mix of art and technology. It has a tough, blocky appearance with elements that remind you of the Cybertruck.

Underneath the scooter’s exterior, there’s some real power. It has a 6 kW motor that can go as fast as 55 mph (88 km/h). That’s perfect for city and suburban roads, even though it’s not for highways. The scooter has two 72V 30Ah batteries, which together give you around 60 miles (96 km) of range in the city. However, if you ride at the top speed, the range may be a bit less.

What’s cool is that the P1 comes with a smartphone app. You can play your favorite music through a speaker on the scooter, and you can update the scooter wirelessly. It also has an anti-theft system that can track the scooter and lock it to prevent tampering.

You can also add extra stuff to the scooter. Removing the side panels shows that there are special rails where you can attach accessories, like extra storage or more batteries for extra range.

Now, you might be wondering about the price. Well, it’s not cheap. It starts at $10,000. In fact, it became so popular that it sold out quickly after its launch. So, if you’re interested, you might have to wait for your turn to get one. The production is expected to start next year, but the exact details are still being worked out.

In a funny twist, the scooter might come to the market quicker than the actual Cybertruck. Tesla unveiled the Cybertruck almost four years ago, and they’re finally going to start delivering it next month. So, if you want a Cybertruck-inspired scooter, this might be a cool choice.