Today we’ll talk about this new guy in front of me: the MOLINKS-Druid. From a design perspective, the MOLINKS’ sense of technology from the front end to the instrumentation is remarkable, although LEDs in this configuration are now commonplace. But the MOLINKS’ honeycomb cutout shape on the front face gives it a classy, classy look.
Also, many travel tool design languages have gone from minimalist to cumbersome. Luckily, however, the MOLINKS in front of me still managed to maintain the most basic refinement and unity of an industrial design work, and it was rare to find a piece of its own DNA. You can recognize it at a glance in a sea of cars.
If you still feel that the original look is too low-key, then you can buy the original interchangeable case in the same way as a phone case, give MOLINKS a satisfactory set of paint to show their personality.
The wheel motor comes in both 800W and 1200W, and the rear swing arm is aluminum alloy, which is not only light but also strong, which suits this wheel motor’s electric pedal well.
This Molinks is brand new but still has a lot to like in terms of ride texture, the scooter’s inherently short wheelbase and light weight both give the vehicle flexibility at low speeds, and the frame is strong enough that there’s no excess body wobble when going over bumps and speed bumps, which I think should be attributed to the suspension structure.
The braking system adopts a conscientious design of front and rear disc brakes, and I was impressed by the good feel of the rear brakes during use, while the front brakes are deliberately soft to prevent the danger of sudden emergency braking.
|I downloaded the MOLINKS app, which can do even more things, such as locate, find a car, view information, etc.
|Overall, this Morin electric car is sharp looking and captures the hearts of young people. It's a heartwarming electric motorcycle, inside and out, isn't it?
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