Skateboarding is a game to many people, but to some this sport is a way of life, and being able to land a gnarly trick makes the whole thing so addictive and satisfying. There are people who are practical to the sport of skateboarding and see it as a way of transportation too. On average one can go around 15 km in an hour, which is much quicker than running and more flexible than riding on a bike. Yet, with the Bajaboard Pantera electric skateboard, its shocking top speed at 72 km/h comes with an official warning: not for beginners.
Each wheel of the Bajaboard Pantera is powered by a 3.5 kW motor with 110A motor controller for torque and acceleration. The total peak power output is 10.7 hp, while the 1,100 Wh battery offers a range of up to 45 km. The look definitely is a big part of the board’s charm, combining black anodised alloy rims, black anodised alloy controller, matte black finish on all chassis parts and the eye catching custom headlights and taillights. With such a lethal speed it can be assumed that the Bajaboard Pantera won’t be seen on public roads. Legislations aside, the team did think about the safety aspect of the board as the controller can limit top speed as the user wishes. Pantera weighs a whooping 26 kg, further proves that it is not just another daily electric skateboard.