Both Sanyo and Suzuki have teamed up to deliver what they call the Electric Drive System, where a prototype electric scooter known as e-Let’s will bring together the high performance in-wheel motor and a high efficiency control circuit. Relying on a dedicated charger and a battery system for electric motors’ that uses Sanyo lithium-ion batteries, the e-Let’s won;t break any springs on your scale, since it weighs almost the equivalent as the petrol-engine model. Not only that, you will also benefit from smooth acceleration, nimble performance, low noise, low vibration, and zero-emission environmental performance which are the main characteristics of electric scooters. We do wonder whether you might want to install asound optionthat is found in the Prius which will emit some noise of sorts whenever the electric engine is running fully so that pedestrians know you’re around. The e-Let’s prototype electric scooter currently requires around four hours to achieve a single full charge via a 100V household outlet, which ain’t too shabby when you think about it.