The replaceable batteries (a solution already seen a few months ago with the Minimò city car) in a few moments, guarantee aautonomy of 115 km. However, there remains a compartment, large enough to hold the helmet, under the saddle. To charge the vehicle you can connect it directly to the electrical outlet or take out the batteries, for greater convenience. According to Seat's studies, the average urban distance of this type of vehicle is between 10 and 20 km per day, so it is theorisable to fully recharge the batteries once a week.
The scooter will be sold starting next year, as we said, but prices have not yet been announced. Seat provides also to offer it for hire, as part of a ride sharing project: the first city involved will be Barcelona. eScooter is made in collaboration with Silence, a Spanish company specialized in the construction of motorcycles and electric scooters.