TodayApril 15, 2022

2018 Ford OJO Electric Scooters at CES

Consumer Electronics Show (CES)

* Ford OJO Electric Scooters go on sale globally in January 2018
* The Scooter can go 20 mph and 25 miles on a single charge
* Ford OJOs are meant for bike lanes ~ requires no license
* ZEV Scooter can hold 300 pounds
* charges at any outlet
* includes a USB port for charging your smartphone
* contains waterproof Bluetooth speakers that work while you ride
* will cost less than $2,000

Santa Monica, California – What do Electric Scooters and Ford Motor Company have in common? The OjO Electric company announced a global licensing agreement with Ford Motor Company to create six Ford OjO Commuter Scooters. The unique scooters are built with visual inspiration from classic and contemporary Ford vehicles while integrating OjO’s innovative technology and design. The Ford OjO Commuter Scooter will go on sale at retailers nationwide as well as online at starting in January 2018. Attendees of Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will get a preview of the Ford OjO Commuter Scooter.

Globally, cities are expanding bike lanes. The OjO Commuter Scooter’s plans are to be part of this growing global trend towards urban electric transportation.

“OjO’s innovation and creativity complement our global brand promise,” said Marketing Manager, Global Brand Licensing of Ford Motor Company, Betsy McKelvey.

“We’re thrilled at the opportunities the new Ford OjO Commuter Scooters offer to introduce more people to the benefits of electric scooters,” said CEO of OjO Electric, Don Ratner. “With zero emissions, our line of OjO Commuter Scooters are smart, sustainable transportation for a clean ride.“

The ultimate two-wheel smart scooter, has a patented ergonomic design, hyperGear motor and gear system to incorporate powering up hills.

The OjO Commuter Scooter supports a 300-pound weight capacity while weighing only 65 pounds. The ZEV scooter complies with the same rules and guidelines as the electric bicycle market, which currently requires no license.

The Ford Ojo comes with an onboard charger with a retractable cord and plug and can be charged at any 110V wall outlet.

Created in 2014 in Santa Monica, California the Ojo is meant to form sustainable transportation for the world’s bike lanes. OjO Electric’s goal is to deliver unparalleled quality, luxury, and fun while earning the highest level of customer satisfaction and loyalty.

Ford Ojo will be at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with more news.

Lou Ann Hammond

Lou Ann Hammond is the CEO of Carlist and Driving the Nation. She is the co-host of Real Wheels Washington Post carchat every Friday morning and is the Automotive, energy correspondent for The John Batchelor Show and a Contributor to Automotive Electronics magazine headquartered in Korea. Hammond is a founding member of the Women's World Car of the Year #WWCOTY, and board member of the Women in Automotive.

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