With the end of the CeBIT 2016, new series and new models are added into Airwheel family, such as the C series, a kind of smart helmet and Airwheel S8 and S9 wheeled robot. This time, the focus falls on the Airwheel S8 double-wheels electric scooter.
With an in-depth understanding of attitude control theory, software algorithm, and gyroscope systems, Airwheel has incorporated these theories and systems to develop the S-series vehicles. Riders can balance by leaning forward and backward to control the vehicle as it accelerates, decelerates, and brakes.
So far, the Airwheel S series is the largest series in Airwheel, with six models, S3, S3T, S5, S6, S8 sitting-posture electric scooter and S9 intelligent wheeled mobile robot. The distinguishing feature on which this series is built is its ease of use. For S3, S3T and S5 self-balancing two wheels scooters, turning on the S-series vehicle is controlled by the presence of the handlebar and the vertically ascending shaft.
The lateral movement of the handlebar will cause the differential of rotational speed on both wheels. For Airwheel S6 and S8 two wheel saddle-equipped scooters, they can be ridden in two different ways. Riders can either sitting on its comfortable and ergonomically designed adjustable saddle, or in a standing position to feel the passion of speed.
Airwheel S8 sitting-posture electric scooter, different from S6, is equipped with 10 inch wheels for larger load ability and traffic ability. The pneumatic tyres are making the riding smoother. The operational rod is designed to be in a C shape with more beautiful externality. In addition, the adjustable operating rod will meet different stature people’s demands with only several simple steps. This is Airwheel latest product—S8 two wheel electric walkcar.