Avvenire Tectus Debuts in North America: A Mobility Scooter with 160 km Range and All-Wheel Drive

May 13, 2024
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Tectus Mobility Scooter
Tectus Mobility Scooter (Source: avvenire)

The Avvenire Tectus has just entered the North American market, offering elderly people, or those with reduced mobility, an all-wheel-drive, fully enclosed mobility scooter. Moving around the neighborhood becomes an easy, stylish, and above all, much safer and emotional experience. Kudos to this Canadian company.

When any of us think of a mobility scooter for one of our grandparents, what usually comes to mind is not a particularly attractive vehicle, but rather a boring one. But take a look at the Tectus, this has just changed. With a closed cabin equipped with air conditioning and heating, and luxury options such as a security camera, GPS, and even wireless charging, it’s on a higher level. Even the rear can be modular to expand loading options.

With its fully enclosed design and all-wheel drive, it looks like it came straight out of the wildest dream that could pass through the mind of a former motorcycle enthusiast turned octogenarian. We’re not lying. This model aims to address the multiple issues faced by standard scooters, such as ease of use in any weather condition and comfort, primarily.

Introduced recently, the Tectus arrives as a three-wheeled scooter designed exclusively for a single passenger. It is powered by two electric motors, one for the front wheel and another for the rear axle. In total, it generates a combined power of 2,000 watts and reaches a maximum speed of 32 km/h. Equipped with a modern lithium battery, Avvenire estimates a maximum range of 160 km. Not bad at all.

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Unlike standard scooters, which are primarily designed for urban use, the Tectus can go practically anywhere. It has off-road tires and all-wheel drive, allowing users to explore beyond the asphalt.

Instead of typical doors, the Tectus features a canopy that tilts forward to facilitate entry and exit. And for greater convenience, it is motorized. In fact, it can even be opened remotely via a wireless remote control. Additionally, to maximize its practicality, it has a handy compartment in the back for transporting whatever its driver deems necessary. You know, it could be anything.

The Tectus comes in two versions. A Deluxe version for $6,995, about 6,450 euros. On the other hand, the Ultimate version for $8,999, about 8,300 euros. The Ultimate model offers special features such as a rearview camera with obstacle sensors, wireless charging system, running lights, stereo sound system, GPS tracking, heating, and air conditioning.

If you’re interested in a Tectus, reservations are open and deliveries are expected to begin by the end of this year.

Rahul Somvanshi

Rahul, possessing a profound background in the creative industry, illuminates the unspoken, often confronting revelations and unpleasant subjects, navigating their complexities with a discerning eye. He perpetually questions, explores, and unveils the multifaceted impacts of change and transformation in our global landscape. As an experienced filmmaker and writer, he intricately delves into the realms of sustainability, design, flora and fauna, health, science and technology, mobility, and space, ceaselessly investigating the practical applications and transformative potentials of burgeoning developments.

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