Honda Launches Motocompacto, a Foldable Electric Scooter Inspired by the 80s

Full specs, features and pricing

Honda has unveiled a new electric scooter- Motocompacto, that can fold into a compact size and fit in the trunk of a car.

The Motocompacto is inspired by the MotoCompo, a micro-motorcycle that Honda made in the 1980s that fits into the trunk of a small car.

The new foldable electric scooter is designed for urban commuting and fun riding, with a top speed of 15 mph and a range of up to 12 miles on a single charge.

The Motocompacto has a sleek and simple design, with tan accents and a digital speedometer. It also has a phone app that can adjust the lighting and ride modes via Bluetooth.

The scooter weighs 41.3 lbs (18.7 kg) and can be folded into like a suitcase, measuring 17.2 inches wide, 35 inches tall, and 38.1 inches long.

It is powered by a 490W electric motor that can be recharged in 3.5 hours using a standard 110-volt outlet.

The Motocompacto has received many positive reviews, Road & Track called it “the cutest, coolest EV scooter” and said it was cheaper than most e-bikes.

The Motocompacto will be available in the United States in November for $995. It will be sold through or at Honda and Acura automobile dealers.


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