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Govecs GO! S1.5

60 km
Charge Time
120 minutes
3 kW (4 hP)
Swappable Battery
made in 🇩🇪 Germany
GO! S1.5
Battery Life
0 cycles
3 kW (4 hP)
60 km
25 km/h and 45 km/h
Charge Time
120 minutes
Top Speed
63 km/h

The GO! S1.5 is no longer in production.

The GO! S1.5 is an electric scooter from electric scooter manufacturer Govecs from Germany. Govecs is the leading electric scooter manufacturer in 🇪🇺 Europe. In 2020, the company was the fastest growing company in the whole automotive industry of Europe. The company was founded in Munich in 2009.

The GO! S1.5 has a removable battery. The battery has a weight of ? kg and can be easily taken out from the lockable battery compartment. Charging is possible on any regular power outlet with an external charger, on the office, at home or at a restaurant. After just 1 hour the accu will have reached a 80% charge and after 120 minutes 100%.

Govecs S1.5 removable battery

When the scooter is near a wall socket then it is also possible to charge the battery with a built in 600 watt charger. The battery does not need to be removed from the scooter to charge it with the built in charger.

Govecs guarantees the range of the battery in the latest models of 2016. The batteries have 45% greater range compared to previous models such as the S1.4. The new accu's also provide a constant performance until the battery is empty.

The S1.5 is powered by an advanced brushless high efficiency electric motor and has a low-maintenance belt drive. The electric scooter has an sophisticated drive train that ensures that the scooter produces almost no noise. By using an "economy switch" on the dashboard you can chose between a greater range or faster acceleration.

The frame of the scooter has been exclusively designed for the S series. Because the electric motor is optimally placed in the middle of the scooter the center of gravity is extremely low, providing the `S` with great maneuverability and superior handling. The extensive digital dashboard display informs you about speed, battery voltage and other information.

Govecs offers full customization of the colors/print of the scooter (see photos).

The S1.5 can be ordered as S1.5+ version with a maximum speed of 63 km/h.

Technical Data Sheet | Flyer 2016 | GOVECS Magazine 2016


GOVECS GmbH Grillparzerstraße 1881675Munich🇩🇪 Germany
Phone+49 89 411097713

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