The BOXX debuted last week and custom orders are now being taken online (Photo: BOXX)
The BOXX is meant to be light and clean enough to store indoors (Photo: BOXX)
The BOXX includes a "Cube" that houses many electronic components and can easily be sent in for repair (Photo: BOXX)
The BOXX's speed will be limited to less than 30 miles an hour to be street-legal without a motorcycle license (Photo: BOXX)
The BOXX is available in a handful of different hues (Photo: BOXX)
The top view of the BOXX spotlights its "ergonomic design" (Photo: BOXX)
Oregon-based BOXX's first production electric scooter is just about a meter (39 inches) long and looks like an odd sort of cross between a piece of retro luggage and a giant-sized camera. It promises to move you up to 80 miles on a single charge at a top speed of 35 mph (56 km/h) and comes with a price tag starting just under US$4,000.
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