Naseka was invented by Montreal-based engineer Aleksei Naseko and is intended for children between 7 and 12 years old-with a maximum load of 80 kg (176 lbs).
The steel snowmobile itself weighs 27 kilograms (60 pounds), is equipped with an 800-watt brushless motor, and is powered by a lithium-ion battery group. According to reports, this battery has a single charge range of 14 kilometers (9 miles) and a maximum speed of 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) per hour, which can handle slopes of less than 35 degrees.
To use Naseka, the driver simply inserts and turns the power button, and then twists the throttle. The bar LCD screen shows the battery level and current speed. The front and rear vibrations help to drive smoothly. Once the snow melts, Naseka can continue to be used, and it can double as a scooter after replacing the front wheels.
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