When can I buy one? How much will it cost?
Love the look of it, but I wonder if I'm the only person who scrolled off the first frame too quickly and then was bummed that I couldn't get back to it (and ultimately refreshed the page) because I wanted to see what I just missed.
Some nice mechanics here, but whoever decided to try and push the hyper-masculine "ULTRA-MEGA-PERFORMANCE", angle for what appears to be... you know... a scooter... is taking some serious liberties.
It all feels very misleading. Their copy screams about speed, but their 4.2 second stat is for 0-50kmh, which is 30mph. Probably totally acceptable for a go-about-town vehicle. The motor callout is thick with meaningless claims and jargon. Their, "first off the line", visualization compares the Gogoro to an anonymous 125cc... something? This thing's electric, so it doesn't have cylinders, so does that mean it's comparable to a 125cc engine? Or not? There are lawn mowers with 125cc engines.
I could go on, but I think you get the idea. Talented people have clearly put a tremendous amount of effort into what, to me, comes of as a ridiculously hyperbolic piece of work.
This is a perfect example of what it's like to have amazing assets to design from. Ugh. So good.
This feels very Apple-esque.
Really slick site. I especially love the animated detail shots.
Great little experience. Really slick and beautiful.
I was worried this would be another scroll hijacky website after the first frame slid up so quickly, but to my delight it was not.
Speaking of Gogoro: http://www.forbes.com/sites/aarontilley/2015/04/15/the-tesla-for-the-rest/