Electrified SEAT MÓ eScooter 125 Provides Affordable
Urban Mobility


The innovative SEAT MÓ eScooter 125 is available from £5,800 OTR, providing an accessible answer to zero emissions urban mobility at an affordable price point.

Capable of 59mph and with a range of 85 miles (WMTC), the innovative electrified urban transport solution incorporates a state-of-the-art removable battery for easy charging at home or at the rider’s place of work.

Richard Harrison, Managing Director, SEAT UK, explained: “SEAT MÓ provides a truly compelling proposition for urban mobility. It is affordable, convenient and zero emissions mobility at its best. It is fully up to the demands of modern urban travel with its ample range and ease of changing, while being extremely fun to ride.

“With the UK Government’s 2030 deadline looming, our two-wheeled electric vehicle is an ideal solution for the travel needs of motorists across the UK, including many who might never have considered a motorcycle previously.”

Integrated into the SEAT MÓ’s rear wheel is a 9kW electric motor (peak power) – equivalent to a 125cc motorcycle or scooter – that produces 240Nm of torque, giving the city electric motorcycle a top speed of up to 59mph and a 0-31mph acceleration time of only 3.9 seconds. It also benefits from a Combined Braking System (CBS), alongside regenerative braking for improved range and a reverse gear.

Customers can choose between three driving modes: City, Sport and Eco, as well as a reverse gear to make manoeuvring simpler.

Further simplifying the ownership experience, the eScooter 125’s battery can be charged in situ or removed and placed nearer to a three-pin plug socket for convenient and safe charging.

Available in three striking colours – Daring Red, Dark Aluminium, and Oxygen White – MÓ fuses dynamism, urban design and bold, contemporary looks with an incredibly low cost of ownership to offer a vehicle that is at home in the city and on the open road.

For more information on the SEAT MÓ and its range of accessories, visit www.seat.co.uk.

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