How do you make a moped safer? Add a third wheel. But how do you make a three-wheeler feel as nimble as a two-wheeler? Tim Huntzinger, founder and CEO of XOTO, created a stylish, fun, new motorcycle that answers this question.
The XOTO is self-stabilizing, doesn’t require a motorcycle license, and comes equipped with front wheel drive. The vehicle reaches a top speed of 45 mph (72 kph), has a range of 90 miles (145 km), claims a 4 hour charge time, and has dual removable batteries.
The XOTO has the utility of a cargo vehicle without looking like one. Its vibrant blue and green colors with a single headlight at the front give a retro feel to the modern design.
You can own a XOTO for $7,499 and receive your bike in four weeks when ordering online
5 Reason to Buy the XOTO
Doesn’t require a motorcycle license
Front wheel drive
90 miles of range on a single charge
3 Reasons Not to Buy the XOTO
The product’s street legality may be questionable depending on your area. Be sure to check your local laws
The top speed of 45 mph means you likely won’t be able to ride outside the city
At $7,499, the vehicle is more expensive than other electric mopeds