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Guy Procter  says:

Suzuki/VW tie-up yields first fruit?

VW has surprised the Shanghai car show by revealing an electric scooter. And if this is the first fruit of the VW-Suzuki partnership (the German firm own a fifth of the GSX-R maker) we can’t wait for what’s coming next – specifically a few beers, a movie and bed. Weighing 20kg without batteries and powered by a 350-watt motor, the E-Scooter...

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Pads1982

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Pads1982 says:

Maybe

VW can teach suzuki how to spray a bike withour it chipping away in a year

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James600zx

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downshift

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downshift says:

"The E-Scooter isn’t covered in VW badges..."

Except for the big ones on the wheel trims.

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daveire

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daveire says:

I think I'll sell my gixer, this is the bike for me...........

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blue200tdi

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blue200tdi says:

Hmmmm!

I'd rather have my nads cut off without aneasthetic than ride that!!

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stickywicket

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stickywicket says:

why's it not got a blue shell suit like the rest of their bikes?

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snave

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snave says:

ye gods!

As the thing looks like a self-propelled porta-potty I guess we know now what `VW` really stands for: `Vile Watercloset`...

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petedj

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petedj says:

The future

Get used to it. In 20 years time we will all be driving these. Or maybe petrol will once again be £1 a gallon and we will all live happily ever after.

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tockie

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tockie says:

Mmmm! You can bet Roland Sands has had his beards look at this with an eye to building one with an old air cooled beetle engine. Perhaps with a roller bearing crank and bored and stroked to about 2300 cc with raked forks and a kick ass seat with a soft close lid. :-)

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bigjames

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bigjames says:

What the?

Did they actually pay someone to design that, that thing?

Know electric vehicles are our sad future, but the really don't have to look THAT bad!

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