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WTF-Weltrekord: Tschechischer E-Scooter fährt 1.136,3 Kilometer in 24 Stunden

Anton Waldt
September 24, 2011
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Der tschechische E-Scooter-Produzent Akumoto hat einen "Weltrekord" aufgestellt, nach dem eigentlich niemand gefragt hatte: der Akumoto-Roller ist an einem Tag so weit gefahren, wie noch kein anderer E-Scooter, nämlich exakt 1.136,3 Kilometer. War der Akku leer, wurde dieser beim Rekordunterfangen gegen einen frisch aufgeladenen ausgetaucht - womit Akumoto das eigentliche Reichweitenproblem aller E-Vehikel schlicht ignoriert hat.

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