IED Alumni can respect the environment and save some money too

IED Alumni can respect the environment and save some money too

IED Alumnus César Mendoza, 30 years from his graduation, is helping revolutionise sustainable two-wheel mobility by designing and producing a series of elegant and practical electric scooters made by his Turin based company NITO. NITO is fulfilling its mission to respond to new needs and to accelerate the upcoming change in urban mobility. The scooters are available in two versions: the NES 5 moped, with a 4 kW engine and a top speed of 45 Kph, and the NES 10 motorbike with a top speed of 90 Kph, both approved for two people and a battery that recharges in 3-4 hours with a range of 80-100 km.

To help other IED Alumni do their part in respecting the environment, César is offering them the opportunity to purchase an ecological design at a special 10% discount to IED Alumni, students and staff, starting from IED Milano Alumni.

Discover more about César, NITO and the amazing two wheel wonders, in his interview below.

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