A move to diversify its range of products and investments and wink at the environment is making shellwhich aside from gas, is building electric scooters and battery banks.
Shell itself is not the one that builds and sells them. Rather, the gas company licensed its name to the American manufacturer Lotus.
Lotus doesn’t necessarily make them either, but handles distribution and marketing, including creating an unboxing video of your Shell Ride SR-5S Electric Scooter which is capable of up to 20 miles of range, speeds of up to 15 mph and it sells for $549.99.
The company is also preparing a slower and smaller scooter (SR-4S) and one more versatile than has a removable battery pack (SR-6S), which will retail for $499.99 and $799.99, respectively, though neither is available yet. There are also Shell Ride electric bikes in the works, and they will cost between $1,199.99 and $1,899.99.
Shell has also Put your logo on other consumer electronicssuch as portable power banks that can be charged with USB-C and legacy Micro USBand things that they feel more on the marksuch as lead acid battery chargers.