Since the first introduction of Airwheel S3 two-wheeled electric scooter, people had known that even electric scooters are also capable to run on tough roads. On 18th June, Airwheel held a new product release in which Airwheel S5, the ROUGHER electric scooter, was introduced. Yet how could it be rougher than Airwheel S3? Fortunately Airwheel presented us an official introduction video of Airwheel S5, and we can directly view how strong the Airwheel S5 is.
Of course the flat road is the least challenging road condition. But it’s also important to have good performance on flat roads. Definitely the Airwheel S5 intelligent scooter ran smoothly and fast on the flat road. There was no difference between driving a private car and riding an Airwheel S5.
Then let’s increased the difficulty by riding the Airwheel S5 on park road and unsurfaced road. Indeed such roads caused no trouble to Airwheel S5 but tell viewers that Airwheel were portable enough to be rode on any road conditions.
Then we move to the true challenges—the grass and stairs. It’s no doubt that traditional electric vehicles are difficult to be driven or rode on the grass or stairs because they are either too big or too weak. Yet the Airwheel S5 two-wheeled electric scooter is totally different. Even on the grass the Airwheel S5 electric scooter still ran smoothly and fast. And because of its larger wheels, the S5 is more stable than the S3 for going down stairs.
Here comes the final challenges—dirt roads, slopes and bumps. Here we need no description or explaining. We can directly see that the Airwheel S5 was barely influenced by these tough roads. And on slopes and bump roads the S5 is faster and more stable than the S3.
So to some extent, the S5 has surpassed the S3 in performance, and S5 definitely deserves to be the new flagship Airwheel scooters.
Company Name: Airwheel Technology Holding (USA) Co., Ltd.
Contact Person: Mr. Tang
City: Los Angeles
Country: United States