From Askoll with love

High energy efficiency, very low consumption and less raw materials used: these are the improvements made to the 1978 electric motors produced by Askoll, a company with over 800 patents regarding this component and its applications.
In 2015, exactly 3 years after research conducted with the help of a pool of technicians, some from major Italian bicycle, car and motorcycle companies, the Group decided to use its know-how to take on a new challenge: entering the sustainable mobility market with the presentation of a range of electric vehicles.

Askoll products are currently in first place for sales in Italy, in their respective categories (50cc electric scooters and pedal-assisted city bikes). The eS1 scooter was awarded the Green Prix 2015 as product of the year in the category of the “No Smog Mobility” project (based on sales data certified by ANCMA, the National Bicycle, Motorcycle and Accessories Association).

Design + Technology + Made in Italy.
Moving together towards a better future.

The challenge of electric mobility was immediately successful. Thrilling.
What has made this possible is the very strong combination of the technical quality of the products with a classic design. For Askoll technical quality means that its vehicles are engineered 100% electric: they are not adaptations of already-existing endothermic vehicles, as is often the case on this market. Even its most sophisticated components (battery, electronic control unit, motor) are developed in house. All the automated machinery needed to produce and test the vehicles is designed and manufactured in Askoll.

Askoll is good for you
and the environment.

Askoll electric vehicles
are “clean” vehicles with zero emissions of CO2 and other pollutants.
The energy stored in the batteries and used by the vehicle motors can be produced both by renewable sources and by non-renewable sources which emit CO2. In the first case, we are talking about “green sources”, the ideal solution. However, in both case the advantages for the environment are important.
The Askoll electric scooter produces 0 g/km CO2 when recharged through renewable energy sources and only 7.2 g/km when recharged through non-renewable energy sources with respect to the 72 g/km that an endothermic scooter produces.
In Europe there are about 11 million mopeds and scooters on the road. If they were only electric scooters, the annual production of CO2 would be reduced by more than 2 million tonnes.