Askoll I am electric

ASKOLL

Smart vehicles for a smart city

Askoll is an Italian multinational company with its headquarter located in Dueville (VI). The company is the leader in the production of high-energy efficiency electric motors. Initially developed for the aquarium sector, the company’s innovative technology was subsequently extended to the world of home appliances and, more recently, to the electric mobility. Established in 1978 by its only owner Elio Marioni, the company employs 2000 people in 11 production plants, strategically located worldwide in Europe (Italy, Slovakia, Romania), the Americas (USA, Mexico, Brazil) and Asia (China). In 2008 Askoll acquired Emerson Appliance Motors Europe (E.A.M.E.) and, in 2015, the company entered in the electric mobility sector, becoming the first Italian producer and distributor of Made in Italy electric vehicles.
To date, Askoll developed a distribution network with more than 150 points-of-sale, including 10 single-branded store in Italy, one in France and, opening soon, one in Greece.
Style, elegance and attention to details characterized the Askoll electric bikes, in its versions: unisex (eB1) and for men (eB2 and eB2 Silver Matt). Thanks to its four different pedal assistance modes and to the automatic gear shift, Askoll electric bikes allow to move effortlessly and in a sustainable way, easily facing street slopes and long distances without any difficulties.
Askoll electric scooters, eS1 (single-seater) and eS2 (two-seater) are characterized by an Italian design as well as an ergonomic shape. Three different running modes guarantee an optimal comfort: the ECO setting ensures long battery life; the NORMAL setting is perfect for city riding, while the POWER setting is ideal for getting around cities full of ups and downs.

ASKOLL Info Askoll EVA S.r.l.
Via Industria 30 36031 Dueville (VI) Italia

Gian Franco Nanni Corporate
Marketing Manager Askoll Holding
gianfranco.nanni@askoll.com

Riccardo Agostini Novello
Brand Manager Askoll Holding
riccardo.agostini@askoll.com

www.mobility.askoll.com