Audi on Monday unveiled the E-Tron Scooter.     

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The love child of an electric scooter and a skateboard, the E-Tron Scooter is designed to help people get around town and cities more efficiently.   

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The E-Tron Scooter weighs 26 pounds, and it can fold up, taking up about as much space on the train as your average backpack.     

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Its electric motor and battery provide a range of about 12.5 miles, with a top speed of 12.5 mph.

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It has brake regeneration to improve its range, and the electric motor can be adjusted from a twist grip on the handle.     

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When it comes to turns, you only have to shift your weight, like you would on a skateboard.    

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It comes equipped with a headlight, a daytime running light, a rear light and a brake light.   

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It's meant to be piloted with one hand, so you can keep the other hand free for signaling.    

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When it goes on sale at the end of 2020, it will cost about 2,000 euros (about $2,200).     

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