Welcome to eS3 - Electric and even more energetic.
Power and beauty: everything is greater when there are two.
Its even more powerful engine is ready to amaze you everywhere, from the town to country routes. Are you having fun? You surely are, because its structure is so light that every movement is child’s play. But the fun is even greater if you share it with someone: that’s why the S3 is a two-seater, to allow you to share the experience of your trip with anyone you want.
The new S3 electric scooter is ecologically the best. It does not emit CO2, does not release smells or produce troublesome noises. It reaches a top speed of 66 km/h and is the ideal travel companion for all types of route. Its autonomy can exceed 96 km*. The environment is grateful. *According to regulation 168/2013 CE
Like all Askoll vehicles, evenS3was designed 100% electric. This means that it isn’t an adaptation of an already-existing endothermic vehicle, as is often the case on this market. Even its most sophisticated components (battery, electronic control unit, motor) are developed in house. All the automated machinery needed to produce and test the vehicles is designed and manufactured in Askoll.
eS3 supports your traveling rhythm
ECO Program: you reduce the speed a little, but the battery lasts much longer.
NORMAL Program: set it for travelling in town.
POWER Program: use all the sprint offered by the motor. Ideal in town, if your route includes uphill and downhill stretches.
The S3 has large wheels with dual blend tyres, soft at the sides, more rigid in the centre. We chose them to ensure greater stability, bend after bend. Brushless motor with high energy efficiency: this means that the absence of brushes eliminates the main source of noise. Another interesting aspect? It is completely designed and made in Italy. Then there is the fine technology: the on-board computer that constantly shows the level of the battery charge, the speed and the distance travelled. You can understand everything at a glance.
Askoll brushless permanent magnet electric motor
2.700 W (with two batteries with the same recharge level)
130 Nm to the wheel
Pulley w/toothed timing belt
Analogue – digital (electronic)
Front - Hydraulic telescopic fork
Rear - Mono shock absorber
Brakes - CBS Combined Braking System
Front - Hydraulic brake - disc Ø 220 mm
Rear - Drum Ø 140 mm
Front - 80 / 80 - 16"
Rear - 90 / 80 - 16"
The CBS braking system guarantees maximum safety, in any condition of use. The telescopic hydraulic suspensions at the front and single shock-absorber at the rear, as well as the large tyres (80/80 16 at the front and 90/80 16 at the rear), allow it to adapt to any road surface.
Another detail that should not be underestimated: the front storage compartment is a standard feature. Very convenient and useful, it has a 12V socket for charging your cell phone.
Remember: to ride the S3 you need to have a category B driving licence, the most common category, because it allows you to drive the most common cars.
You can charge the 2 Lithium-ion batteries of the S3 from any power socket. It’s easy: recharge them directly on the scooter, or take them out of the compartment under the saddle (they weigh about 7.5 kg each, less than a crate of water) and connect them to the battery charger. To recharge from 0 to 100% you will spend about 45 cents (calculated on the average cost of overnight recharging). Consider that to go from a charge of 0% to 100%, the battery takes about 3.5 hours per kWh. But things are even simpler: it is not necessary to wait for the batteries to be completely run down before attaching them to the power supply, nor for them to be completely charged before detaching them. Remember that you can charge them even every day, without any reduction in performance.
Max. 2.820 Wh (2 batteries)
Voltage – amps
54 V - 26,1 Ah (for each battery pack)
8,1 kg for each battery pack
3,5 hours for 1 kWh
Dimensions & Lighting
Weight in running order
70 kg (without batteries)
245 kg (vehicle + driver + additional load)
Let’s sum it up. It works out. Always.
Annual maintenance is € 45.00. For an average daily trip of 10 km, the annual recharging cost* will be € 12.00. *considering 10 km a day, 5 days a week, for 52 weeks.