Swagtron Debuts Lineup of Sick New Electric Vehicles at CES 2019

At CES in Las Vegas, our friends at Swagtron dropped details on a ton of new, upcoming products for 2019. Swagtron is continuing their evolution from their beginnings with hoverboards to affordable alternative transportation options. In 2019, you’ll start to see a lot of new Light Electric Vehicles (LEVs), including e-bikes, electric scooters, and electric skateboards.

First, Swagtron is debuting the Swagcycle Commander Suspension Trike, it’s a foldable bike that’s pedal-free (throttle only) with independently actuated coil-sprung front suspension. The Commander is built to handle anything the concrete jungle throws at you, all while able to be folded for storage or transport. Check out the specs:

  • 350-Watt Motor
  • 14-inch Pneumatic Tires
  • Compact Folding Design
  • 6061 Alloy Frame
  • Disc Brakes
  • LED Headlights
  • Full Suspension

Next up, Swagtron announced the EB Electric Beach Cruiser. It’s a bicycle styled to look like the retro beach cruiser, but electrified. With white wall tires, fenders, a luggage rack, and sweptback handlebars, you’d swear you’re on the way to the soda pop shop. But the Swagtron secret lies in the 250-watt hub motors and 7-speed Shimano gearing. Check out the full specs:

  • 250-Watt Moto
  • 7-speed
  • 700cc to 26-inch wheels
  • Whitewall Tires (certain models)
  • 6061 Alloy Frame
  • Rear Cargo Rack
  • V Brakes

Swagtron’s Swagcycle is back with the 2.0 version and includes updates such as an adjustable seat, rear suspension, and the addition of pedals in a compact, folding design. Here are the specs for the Swagcycle 2.0:

  • 300-Watt Motor
  • 12-inch Pneumatic Tires
  • Compact Folding Design
  • 6061 Alloy Frame
  • Disc Brakes
  • Rear Suspension
  • Front and Rear Fenders
  • LED Headlight
  • Adjustable seat height

 


The Swagger Off-Road Electric Scooter looks like a scooter on steroids! It’s an all-terrain scooter that features a full suspension system, height adjustable handlebars, knobby 11-inch tires, fenders, and LED headlights. Powered by an 800-watt brushless motor, the Off-Road Electric Scooter will get you wherever you want to go. Full specs:

  • 800-Watt Motor
  • 11-inch All-Terrain Tires
  • Compact Folding Design
  • Alloy + Steel Frame
  • Hydraulic Disc Brakes
  • Front and Rear Swing Arm Suspension
  • Front and Rear Fenders
  • Adjustable-Height Handlebar
  • LED Headlights
  • 30-mile range

 

The Swagger Hybrid Convertible Scooter/E-Bike is an interesting concept. It’s a modular, lightweight design that can transform between a traditional stand-up scooter and a seated, pedal-free bike design. It’s a slick machine that’s easily folded. Check out the specs:

  • 8.5-inch Wheels
  • Hybrid Convertible Design
  • Aluminum Frame
  • Electric Brake
  • Front and Rear Fenders
  • LED Headlights
  • 15 mph Top Speed
  • 15-mile Range 

Swagtron rolls into new territory with their new line of electric skateboards, called Swagskate. First up is an all-terrain skateboard called the Swagskate Off-Road Electric Skateboard with knobby 9-inch pneumatic tires and suspension trucks on the front and rear. The board is made of maple and bamboo and it’s powered by dual 800-watt motors. Full specs:

  • Dual 800-watt Hub Motors
  • 9-inch All-Terrain Tires
  • Front and Rear Suspension
  • 10-ply deck (8 maple, 2 bamboo)
  • 25 mph Top Speed
  • 18-mile Range

Next up, Swagtron also released the Swagskate Modular Electric Skateboard. It’s an electric skateboard that features interchangeable wheels so you can go from 6-inch airless honeycomb tires that are extremely versatile to traditional 83mm street wheels.   Full specs:

  • 2,000-watt Motor
  • Modular Swappable Wheel System
  • 6-inch Airless All-Terrain Honeycomb Tires
  • 83mm Urethane Wheels
  • 8-ply Maple Deck
  • 20 mph Top Speed
  • 11-mile Range

Lastly, Swagtron has also come out with the Swagskate NG2 Electric Longboard. It’s an evolution of Swagtron’s original electric longboard, featuring a 450-watt electric motor capable of speeds up to 18.6mph for up to 12.4 miles per charge. Check out the specs:

  • 450-watt Motor
  • 8-ply Maple + Bamboo Deck
  • 18.6 mph Top Speed
  • 12.4-mile Range

 

It’s clear that Swagtron is primed for an exciting 2019, and we can’t wait to see what comes next. Stay tuned!


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Perry Brauner
I'm an architect by trade, but the overarching theme of my life has always been trying to keep up with the newest, coolest technology. Ever since I picked up an NES controller, I've been hooked on the latest and greatest gadgets, gizmos, and toys. Whether it's gaming, mobile phones, and accessories, or PCs and Apple products, I'm interested. I use many Apple products in my daily life, such as the iPhone, iPad, and my MacBook Pro. I've also built a few PCs in my day, so I'd like to say that I'm a pretty well-rounded techie.