Tromox Ukko S wins the iF Design Award 2022

The iF Design Award is one of the most important design awards in the world, identified as an arbiter of quality for outstanding design. The iF jury recognized the Tromox Ukko S for its social impact, design concept and differentiation from other similar products.

The Tromox Ukko S is designed for urban cyclists to cross the city and seek the pleasure of riding in the suburbs in a green and ecological way, not only to promote sustainability in the face of climate change, but also to stimulate the creation of a carbon neutral coming. Tromox Ukko S is also part of the future trend of mobility technologysought after by young riders around the world due to its distinctive, stylish appearance and unique social media attributes – auto-detect feature allows riders to connect with other Tromox Ukko S riders.

“The iF award exemplifies the hard work the entire Tromox team has put into designing Ukko S. It is a lightweight, high-speed smart electric motorcycle that gives riders a sense of control that goes beyond riders. gas-powered motorcycles,” Tromox explained. founder Porter Chen.

“We are honored that our design has been recognized by the iF jury, Tromox will focus on creating e-mobility related products that can make a positive contribution to global environmental causes.”

Tromox aims to become a global leader in the electric mobility industry, creating electric motorcycles exclusively for young riders around the world.

For more product information, please visit www.tromox.com and follow @tromox_official on Instagram and @tromoxofficial on Facebook. For cooperation and any other enquiries, please send an e-mail to [email protected]and we will be happy to help you.

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