URB-E Key Features

  • Compact Foldable Design
  • Enough power for a 20 mile range (32 km)
  • Top speed of 18mph (29km/h)
  • Able to charge your portable device via USB out
  • Weighs only 35lbs (15.8kg)

LA Original Edition URB-E Pro GT

Regular price $ 2,099.00

Description Financing Available from Wells Fargo

The LA Original Edition URB-E Series is a testament to Los Angeles design, engineering, and ingenuity. Featuring custom artwork of iconic landmarks such as the Griffith Observatory, Santa Monica Pier, LA Skyline, and the Colorado Street Bridge, the LA Original Edition URB-E series captures the creative legacy of Los Angeles through a one of kind foldable electric vehicle that connects you with the creativity and destinations that fuel the city.

All proceeds from the LA Original program received by the Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles will go to supporting the Downtown Women’s Center’s “Made by DWC” program that teaches job training and maker skills to women transitioning out of homelessness.

The LA Original Edition URB-E series is designed by Co-Founder Grant Delgatty, professor of industrial design at ArtCenter College of Design and former Director of Design for Vans shoes from 2001-2008, and engineered by Co-Founder Sven Etzelsberger, former lead engineer at Porsche, Saleen, and Fisker.

Designed for the adventurous rider who wants maximum acceleration and speed across all terrains, URB-E Pro GT is our most powerful URB-E.​

Equipped with a high performance programmed controller, URB-E Pro GT has dynamic responsiveness and unparalleled torque, making it a thrill to ride every time.

Built with the same American made SAPA 6061 T6 aircraft grade extruded aluminum frame and carbon fiber handlebars as URB-E Pro, the upgraded GT is available in exclusive color option Stealth Black.

Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance is not paid in full within the promotional period.2 Minimum purchase of $899 required.

24- and 36-month financing options also available with approved credit.

Questions? Check the URB-E FAQ