It might not be as smart as SuperCar's KITT, which David Hasselhoff, in the role of Michael Knight, could call by giving voice commands to his watch (if you think about it, though, almost prophetic...) but after having personally seen it, we feel confident enough to say that the new Super Soco CPx is so cutting-edge in its field, that it might improve the concept of green urban mobility.
The battery - or rather the batteries, because you can buy two - are removable, so that they can be recharged safely at home or in the office for those who do not have a garage. And if you choose the version with the two batteries, the range is of about 160/180 km at a speed of 45 kph. Considering the intended use (it is an L3, but obviously designed for a city use) the range should allow to recharge it only 2-3 times a week. If you have access to a fast charger you will be able to charge it from zero in 3 hours and a half.
The top speed is of about 90 kph - it varies, as does the range, depending on the three riding modes that can select through the right block - and the torque (171 Nm) is impressive, if you are not used to electric vehicles. The CPx has a good handling, quiet, thanks to the engine placed inside the rear wheel, canceling the noise of the transmission belt.
The suspensions, which are often not as good as they should be, work quite well in this case, without being too stiff as it might happen when there are big battery packs. Braking is excellent.
There are premium finishes: the cockpit, switches and surfaces are very well refined and the front lights are full LED. To manage your CPX, you can even download an app on your smartphone, then there is the App, which of course also allows you to manage different aspects of your CPx. It's just waiting to be reached, just like KITT...