The "Halo" lamp and LED "bean" lamps are always on to ensure your safety.
In order to conserve energy, the front headlamp does not fully illuminate until you put the M1 into "drive mode".*
We figured it was a good idea to take advantage of the latest light sensors avaiable now. Our front lamp sensors detect ambient light in order to increase or decrease luminosity to aid you while riding on darker roads.
The M1 headlamp uses a state-of-the-art silicon on silicon LED technology. This technology outputs greater lumosity while reducing energy use.
We found that many competitors did not pay attention to the performance of their headlamp,
so we set out to create a safer ride for you. Our engineered low and high-beams
give you a comfortable visibility field.
With a 270° visibility, the M1 taillamp provides an added layer of safety, and a distinctive and iconinc design.
We have designed the lamp structure of the M1 to give you a wraparound halo of lighting for safety to ensure pedestrians and drivers can see you at night.
We asked ourselves why do we always have to toggle-off indicators after making a turn,
so we decided to deploy automobile technology that automatically
turns a blinking indictor off after the turn has been completed.
If cars have hazard lamps, why not scooters? We employed a simple one-toggle hazard lamp.
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