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Katalis EV-500

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Katalis EV 500 electric moped 500 watt 85
Katalis EV 500 electric moped 500 watt 85
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Battery18650 Lithium
Range40 km
Charge Time3 hours
Power500 watt (0.7 hp)
PriceUnknown
Customizable
made in Indonesia  

Specifications

BrandKatalis
ModelEV-500
Speed25 and 45 km/h
Power500 watt (0.7 hp)
Weight21 kg
Battery18650 Lithium
Battery Life2,000 cycles
Range40 km
Charge Time3 hours
 

De EV-500 is a innovative electric moped by design studio Katalis from Indonesia.

The design of the EV-500 is based on a World War II Fighter.

The basis of the moped is the 500 watt Selis Garuda, the most popular moped in Indonesia.

Katalis EV-500 vs Selis Garuda moped

The moped has a 500 watt electric motor for a top speed of 40 km/h.

The moped has a 12 Ah lithium battery for a driving range of 40 km.

The frame, the swing arm and the wheels of the moped are made of 6061 aluminium. The total weight of the moped is just 21 kg.

The moped can be customized upon request. It is possible to order the moped with a more powerful motor.

The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

2020 Katalis models

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Unknown
18650 Lithium
40 km
 

Distributor

Katalis Company
Jakarta
Indonesia

Phone: +62 87 884 977 239 (WhatsApp)
Email: julianpalapa@gmail.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/katalis.co

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