The insolvent german scooter manufacturer Kumpan has been taken over by Lohia E-mobility GmbH and is starting all over again. In March, the further developed Kumpan Ignite with 141 Newton meters of torque will be presented and delivered from June. The 100 km/h electric scooter has a battery system with 40 percent higher capacity and up to three batteries. The charging time from 20 to 80 percent should be reduced to two hours. Kumpan also promises numerous quality and detail optimizations.
The company is currently working to build up a sales and service network in Germany and neighboring countries. Services for existing vehicles are now possible again at the company location in Remagen by prior appointment. For customers with a long journey, vehicle collections and deliveries are possible via a forwarding partner. (aum)
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