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Apollo Pro Review

$3,499.00

8.5/10 (Expert Score)

DATE

July 10, 2023

Price When Reviewed: $3499.00

Houston, we have lift off. After two and a half years of development, the launch that has had every scooter enthusiast looking on with bated breath has roared into the atmosphere. That’s right, folks: it’s the Apollo Pro.

 

Inspired by the high-end elegance of the Apple MacBook and comprising of 150 custom-made components, Apollo has meticulously fine-tuned the Pro through a distillation process of six iterations to deliver an exquisite end-product that fuses spectacular build quality, futuristic design, and next-gen tech.

 

It’s a statement of intent from a brand that has worked closely with its customers and invested vast sums.

 

And my word, has it paid off. It’s rare to find me awe-struck by an electric scooter; the majority of those that I’ve tested have been built from similar blueprints and often come from the same factories. But the Apollo Pro is different. It’s a singular triumph that has no equal. Ladies and gents, we’ve just entered a new frontier.

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Apollo Pro Review: The Cybertruck of Electric Scooters

The good and the bad

Who we recommend it for

Is it worth its price tag?

Look, feel, and functionality

Results from our tests

Other scooters to consider

The Good and The Bad

Pros & Cons

PROS:

  • Red Dot Design Award winner
  • Industry-leading build quality
  • Looks like a Tesla Cybertruck
  • Futuristic 360-degree dynamic lighting rig
  • Competitive speed, acceleration, range, and braking performance
  • AG geometry promises intuitive control and best-in-class handling
  • Integrated IoT gives you access to 24/7 GPS tracking so you can flag your scooter lost or stolen and activate its kill switch.
  • Power RBS (Regenerative Braking System) recycles up to 10% of braking energy for extended mileage
  • DOT Matrix display is extremely bright and easy to read from any angle
  • QuadLock phone mount supports wireless charging and allows you to use the app on your phone as the primary display
  • Mobile app lets you customize performance settings, record rides, and much more
  • Built-in Bluetooth speaker
  • 12-inch self-healing tires
  • With a 40-inch deck-to-handlebar height and 330 lb load capacity, it’s well suited to tall and heavy riders
  • Low-maintenance
  • High IP66 water-resistance rating

CONS:

  • Some scooters within its price class go faster and further. But, none can compete with the Pro’s integration of tech, unique features, and reliable, low-maintenance build
  • Suspension system could be more plush

Apollo Pro Chassis in Motion

Is It Right For You?

Who It's Best For

Apollo has worked intimately with its customers throughout the Pro’s long development process to assemble a model that meets the needs of modern consumers. Unlike other brands, they publicly released the steps involved in building the Pro, as well as every one of its six iterations as a means of gathering feedback.

Apollo Pro Beautiful Frame

The result is a scooter that’s been built to leave the jaws of tech enthusiasts, aesthetically-minded urbanites, adrenaline junkies, and safety-conscious riders firmly on the floor.

Josh Standing on the Apollo Pro

Ultimately, if you’re searching for the very best that the electric scooter market has to offer, then the Pro’s combination of its reliable performance, Cybertruck-esque design, and sheer quality, will be exactly what you’re looking for.

Apollo Pro Sizeable Deck

Is It Worth Its Price Tag?

Value For Money

Priced at a cool $3,499, it doesn’t come cheap.

But never before has a scooter embraced technology with such relish. It’s the present and future, representing one giant leap for an industry that has, at times, remained stagnant in innovation.

Apollo Pro Handlebars and Stem

You see, there’s no scooter like it. Not one can compete with the Pro’s integration of tech, not even the highly regarded Segway SuperScooter GT2. Don’t get me wrong, the GT2 is a fantastic scooter in its own right, but when you dig deeper beyond raw performance – where both models go somewhat toe-to-toe – the Pro comes out on top.

So, is it worth its price tag? Put simply, yes.

Standing on the Apollo Pro

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Look, Feel & Functionality

Design & Features

Cockpit

The Apollo Pro has one of the sleekest cockpits that I’ve ever tested, but this isn’t to say it’s lacking in features. Oh no, it’s home to much of the Pro’s magic.

Apollo Pro Wide Handlebars

The first thing to note is that the 28-inch wide handlebars inspire confidence. Not only are the controls for your different riding modes and turn signals within easy reach of your thumbs, but the concave shape of the cockpit makes you feel safely enclosed. With the ribbed rubber grips and ergonomically-finessed V8 accelerator and regen brake paddles, the Pro achieves best-in-class handling.

Apollo Pro Ergonomic Throttle

At the center is a simple, yet incredibly effective DOT Matrix display. Anti-glare and extremely bright, it’s one of the very few that you can read in direct sunlight.

Wondering what a DOT Matrix is? It sounds fancy, but to put it simply, it’s a screen that’s able to show characters, numbers, and graphics by lighting up different pixels (dots).

Apollo Pro DOT Matrix Display

Unlike the pre-burnt units which are found on almost every other scooter, this one can be reprogrammed. This means it can receive new features via over-the-air updates. For example, Apollo could gather feedback from their riders about the types of metrics that they want on their displays, and then release new configurations for you to download.

Directly under this sits a QuadLock phone mount. The genesis of this feature lies in Apollo’s quest to make the integration of their scooters and mobile app as functional as possible. With it, you’re able to use the app via your phone as the primary display. Plus, with wireless charging, you can stay connected on the go.

Apollo Pro Quadlock Phone Mount

Since I have one of the very first units of the Pro (the 8th, to be precise), it didn’t come with a QuadLock so I couldn’t test it. However, Apollo has informed me that you’ll need to buy an Apollo QuadLock phone case to use it. They are hoping to offer a 20% discount code.

Mobile App

Apollo has pushed the envelope this time around on what’s possible for an app to achieve. The capabilities available through it are so numerous, it’s easier to list them. You can:

  • Record trips
  • Get range estimates based on your most recent riding pattern
  • Use it as a navigational device where you can follow a route to your destination
  • Adjust the top speed of each riding mode
  • View the health and status of your battery
  • Toggle between kick-to-start and zero-start modes
  • Turn cruise control on or off
  • Turn the headlight on or off
  • Adjust the intensity and color of the lights, including the deck, stem, turn signals, and brakes
  • Change the sound of the start-up and power-down modes
  • Change the sound of the alarm, one of which is a tongue-in-cheek ‘self-destruct’ mode
  • Remotely lock and unlock the scooter, which immobilizes it by applying the electronic brakes
  • Track your scooter via the built-in GPS unit (which I’ll cover shortly)

Adjusting Acceleration and Braking Strength of Apollo Pro in Mobile App

Then, if you go into the advanced settings, you can:

  • Dial in the strength of your acceleration and regen brakes
  • Set the time that it takes before cruise control automatically kicks in
  • Set the time that it takes before the scooter automatically shuts down when not in use

Built-in Speaker

Adding to the Pro’s plethora of features is a built-in speaker. Integrated into the right side of the stem, its primary purpose is to sound the horn, alarm, power–on, and shutdown modes.

Apollo Pro Speaker

However, my favorite way to use it was to connect to it via Bluetooth and play music.

Connecting to Apollo Pro Speaker

Frame

Apollo is a brand famed for its extraordinary attention to detail, and the unibody frame sported by the Pro is yet another slam dunk.

Taking inspiration from Apple’s MacBooks, it shuns the use of plastic in favor of high-quality, aviation-grade aluminum for a premium feel that’s cold to the touch.

Apollo Pro Elegant Frame

Its AG geometry, meanwhile, ensures that each component perfectly aligns with the next to afford a perfectly calibrated frame that benefits from precise rake and trail measurements. This promises a finely-tuned balance of stability, steering, and maneuverability.

Aside from its awe-inspiring build, it’s also a certified eye-catcher. But don’t just take my word for it. After all, it’s been honored with a prestigious Red Dot Design Award. This accolade places it alongside esteemed past winners, including the Segway Superscooter GT Series, and even the Ferrari Daytona SP3.

Apollo Pro Chassis

Deck

Measuring 19 by 8 inches and covered in a thick layer of geometrically-patterned rubber, the deck not only affords plenty of grip, but it’s big enough to accommodate riders of all sizes. The kickplate adds a further 3 inches of space, too.

Apollo Pro Deck

One small detail that I particularly like is that when you peel back the rubber matting it reveals the signatures of everyone who worked on the scooter.

Apollo Pro Deck Signatures

It’s a declaration of pride from the Apollo team.

Close Up of Apollo Pro Deck Signatures

Tires

I was surprised to learn that the Pro came with 12-inch tires. They’re 9% larger than those found on its competitors and 20% bigger than the rest of the models that fall within similar performance categories.

Apollo Pro Tire and Swingarm

By comparison, the NAMI Burn-e 2, Wolf King GT, and Segway GT2 all have tires that measure 11 inches.

The advantage they bring is balance, while they also offer more shock absorption, a solid gel self-healing layer meaning you can wave goodbye to flats, and thanks to the presence of a unique GripThread technology, they maintain traction while accelerating, braking, and cornering.

Apollo Pro Rear Wheel

Plus, they disperse water more effectively and give the scooter 6 inches of ground clearance.

Portability

Weighing 93 lbs, the Pro hasn’t been built for portability. It does, however, feature a simple and secure quick-release folding lever.

Apollo Pro Folding Mechanism

Located at the foot of the sturdy stem, you simply press down on the safety catch, pull the lever back to release the locking claw, and lower the stem. Once lowered, the stem swings freely since there’s no way to lock it to the deck.

Apollo Pro Being Folded

You can, however, pick the scooter up by grabbing the kickplate and placing your other hand under the front swingarm.

Josh Lifting the Apollo Pro

Load

Let’s just say the Pro is a dream for heavier riders.

Its load capacity of 330 lbs is a testament to the strength and durability that imbue this model from top to bottom – which, is what you would expect when you build a scooter out of the highest quality materials and stress-test them to within an inch of their life (more on that in the ‘Build Quality’ section).

Apollo Pro Deck in Motion

Lights

The lighting rig offers 360-degree illumination that could make the catacombs of Paris look like a bright and breezy dining room – it’s one of the best that I’ve tested.

Apollo Pro Lights

Fronting this merry band is a bright 1000-lumen headlight.

Apollo Pro Stem Lights

But, the stars of the show are the stem, deck, and kickplate lights that are seamlessly embedded into the frame. They create a futuristic profile that’s reminiscent of a Cybertruck, and because they’re RGB, you can customize their color.

Changing Color of Apollo Pro Deck Lights

This setup is further bolstered by the turn signals that flash along the deck, as well as at the end of each handgrip.

Apollo Pro Deck Turn Signals

Here's the handgrip turn signal:

Apollo Pro Handlebar Turn Signals

And, if that wasn’t enough, when you brake all of the lights turn red.

Apollo Pro Brake Lights

Built-in GPS (IoT) & Apollo Connect+

The Pro brings entirely new tech to the industry with its IoT unit and Connect+ service.

Apollo Pro IoT (GPS Tracker)

Combined, these give you access to 24/7 GPS tracking of your scooter, real-time notifications of any suspicious activity or movement of your unit, and the ability to remotely power it on or off, as well as arm and disarm it. You can even flag your scooter lost or stolen and activate a kill switch to make it unusable.

This makes it the most secure scooter on the privately owned market.

Apollo Pro IoT GPS Tracking in Mobile App

However, it’s worth noting that when you buy the Pro, you’ll get this service for 3 months for free. After this, it’ll cost you $9.99 per month. Or, you can opt for one of their yearly plans at a discounted rate.

Build Quality

Apollo is always improving the build quality of their scooters by choosing components that are optimized for longevity, low maintenance, and the future-proofing of hardware. And nowhere is this more evident than with the Pro.

Apollo Pro Gray Frame

On average, the key components that make up a typical scooter undergo 100,000 cycles of tests, while the scooter as a whole is expected to remain in optimal condition for a maximum of 3,000 km.

Those on the Pro, however, have been through an impressive 300,000 cycles, while it’s also been through 10,000 km of simulated road tests. So, it’s fair to say that Apollo has gone above and beyond to build a scooter that can withstand the wear and tear of continuous use.

They even broke the manufacturer's machine before the scooter gave up!

Apollo Pro Being Tested

Accessories

To make the Pro a jack of all trades, Apollo’s working on several accessories.

These include a weather-proof body, a cargo attachment, a seat, wing mirrors, and a retractable cable lock that’s secured to the stem.

Apollo Pro Weather-Proof Body

Apollo Pro Seat, Wing Mirrors, and Lock

Apollo Pro Cargo Attachment

Results From Our Tests

Performance Report

Performance Report Summary

Before we get too far into this report you need to know that when comparing the Pro to other scooters in its price class, there were a handful of Dualtron models that fell into the mixer.

However, based on my firsthand experiences of testing and riding these scooters, I don’t believe that their build or ride quality is a worthy match for the Pro. So, I decided to exclude them from the comparisons.

CategoryResult
Top Speed44 mph
0-15 MPH2.1 s
0-25 MPH4.3 s
0-30 MPH6.3 s
Max Range (Riding Slow)63 miles
Real Range (Riding Fast)39 miles
Braking2.3 meters
Max Incline30 degrees
Optimal Incline18 degrees

Top Speed

Building on the successful blueprint of the MACH 1 controller, the next iteration – the MACH 2 – promises all that was great about its predecessor – including a smooth throttle response that’s akin to a Sine Wave unit, as well as excellent power modulation.

Josh Riding the Apollo Pro Fast

But, this time around it comes equipped with a higher current for even greater torque (MACH 1: 25A nominal, 28A peak vs MACH 2: 30A nominal, 34A peak).

Combined with the dual 52V 1200W motors, the result is a fast acceleration rate and a top speed of 44 mph.

Apollo Pro Motor

Top Speed vs Price

Arguably, two of the Pro’s fiercest rivals in the speed department are the Segway GT2 and NAMI Burn-e 2. The good news is that it holds its ground against both, with just 1 mph separating them all.

ScooterPriceTop Speed
Wolf King GT
$3,195
62 mph
NAMI Burn-e 2
$2,999
45 mph
Apollo Pro
$3,499
44 mph
Segway GT2
$3,999.99
43.5 mph

The outlier here is the Wolf King GT. Its dual 72V 2000W motors and 50Ah Sine Wave controllers allow it to muster far more power to produce a searing top speed of 62 mph. Looking under the hood, this means 67% more nominal power (2400W vs 4000W), and 40% more peak power (6000W vs 8400W).

If you’re a road racer who loves to hit the dizzying heights of what electric scooters can achieve, then the dual stem design of the King GT will be a great fit for you. But, for most of us, riding at speeds of around 40 mph will be enough of an adrenaline rush, and so for this reason, the Pro remains competitive.

Apollo Pro Being Ridden

Acceleration

The Apollo Pro accelerates from 0-15 mph in 2.1 seconds, before hitting 25 mph in 4.3, and 30 mph in 6.3.

ScooterPrice0-15 MPH0-25 MPH0-30 MPH
Wolf King GT
$3,195
1.7 s3.0 s3.7 s
NAMI Burn-e 2
$2,999
1.8 s3.2 s4.2 s
Segway GT2
$3,999.99
1.8 s3.3 s4.0 s
Apollo Pro
$3,499
2.1 s4.3 s6.3 s

Against the same set of competitors, it’s slower off the line with the other models pulling away as the speed increases. This is down to a couple of factors.

Firstly, all 3 of its rivals have smaller wheels and these can accelerate quicker because they can apply more pounds of force onto the road. Secondly, all of the comparable models either operate at a higher voltage or wattage.

Nevertheless, the Pro’s rate of acceleration is fast in the grand scheme of things.

Apollo Pro Accelerating

Mileage

Sporting a 52V 30Ah battery with 21700 Samsung cells, it has an impressive maximum range of 63 miles.

Under real-world riding conditions which include periods of fast acceleration, cruising at speeds of 20 mph, and multiple stops, you can expect to cover 39 miles.

Josh Riding the Apollo Pro

Interestingly, Chris (Co-Founder of Apollo) showed me that the average distance traveled by their riders is 4.8 miles per trip. This is based on 1,000,000 km, so it’s certainly worth bearing this in mind and thinking about how much mileage you realistically need.

Mileage vs Price

Comparing the Pro’s range credentials against its similarly-priced competitors, it trails the likes of the NAMI Burn-e 2 (72V 28Ah, 2016Wh) and the Wolf King GT (72V 35A, 2520Wh). But this is hardly a shock considering that both sport bigger batteries.

ScooterPriceMax Range
NAMI Burn-e 2
$2,999
90 miles
Wolf King GT
$3,195
70 miles
Apollo Pro
$3,499
63 miles
Segway SuperScooter GT2
$3,999.99
56 miles

However, a long-range alone doesn’t qualify a scooter as a worthwhile investment. Ride quality, reliability, and efficiency play a big part. Out of these two pack leaders, the Burn-e 2 has superior shock absorption and so it would be my preferred option for long rides.

But, how does the Burn-e 2 stack up against the Apollo Pro? Well, while both are comfortable to ride for extended periods, the Pro is the only model to have an independent regen brake. This means you’re able to recharge your battery by up to 10% while braking. By comparison, the Burn-e 2 can only recycle up to 3%, making it 70% less efficient.

Apollo Pro Braking

And while I love the Burn-e 2, the Pro’s self-healing tires promise greater reliability than the NAMI’s standard tubeless variants. Plus, you have to remind yourself of the 10,000 km of simulated road tests that the Pro has been through. This is a clear marker of its ability to last for the duration of long-range rides.

Apollo Pro Being Ridden on a Road

Hill Climbing

There’s no denying that the Pro’s large tire diameter means that it takes a little longer to climb inclines than its closest competitors.

However, it’s still rated to vanquish extremely steep slopes of 30 degrees. Under my tests, it did its best work on inclines up to 18 degrees.

Apollo Pro Uphill

Shock Absorption

The suspension consists of a plush hydraulic shock and spring at the front, while a stiffer rubber torsion system is at the rear.

Apollo Pro Front Swingarm

By rolling the dial up or down, you can configure the rebound and compression rate of the front spring – whether that’s to match your weight, terrain, or riding style. The rear rubber cartridge, on the other hand, can be adjusted by tightening or loosening the six screws that sit underneath it.

Apollo Pro Hydraulic Spring

This mix-and-match approach may be a controversial choice, but it promises three things.

The first is a road-worthy level of shock absorption. The front spring cushions and soaks up the initial impacts, while the remaining vibrations are absorbed into the rubber at the rear.

The second is stability. Because the rear rubber suspension has much less sag than a spring, the scooter doesn’t sink as you accelerate. Instead, it performs like a well-tuned sports car.

And finally, the third benefit is that it's low-maintenance. The rubber cartridge doesn’t need to be cleaned, lubricated, or have ongoing adjustments.

Apollo Pro On Dirt Track

Combined with the humongous tires, you can expect a smooth-sailing ride. It glides over paved streets, and despite not being an all-terrain model, you can get by on the occasional dirt track.

Braking

The headline here is that the Apollo Pro is the only performance scooter to have an independent regen brake paddle.

Apollo Pro Handgrip

Supporting this show-stopping feature are a pair of dual drum brakes. This has been another controversial design choice, yet after testing them I can confirm that they are strong enough to bring you to a safe stop during emergencies. From 15 mph, it took just 2.3 meters to stop. This level of performance is in line with scooters that have hydraulic brakes.

Josh Braking on Apollo Pro

Besides, drums are extremely low maintenance and they perform optimally no matter the weather or environment.

Apollo Pro Brake Lever

Unlike disc brakes, they are sealed and enclosed, meaning that they are impervious to the fading effects of water and dust. The pads are also far bigger than those found on disc brake calipers, meaning they last longer.

Apollo Pro Drum Brake

Ride Quality

The ultra-wide concaved handlebars, sprawling grippy deck, and exquisitely smooth thumb throttle coalesce with the MACH 2 controller, expertly tuned geometry, and sizeable tires to deliver oodles of control and stability.

Josh Riding the Apollo Pro on Pavement

However, excellent handling is just one piece of the puzzle, and this leads me to shock absorption.

Apollo Pro Tire and Swingarm

Ultimately, I wish the Pro had a more plush suspension system – especially when compared to its esteemed rival the NAMI Burn-e 2 which soaks up shocks like a hot knife cutting through butter.

Apollo Pro On Road

Compare With Other Scooters

Alternatives

There are some circumstances where the Pro’s value is challenged, and it's here where I’m going to share some alternatives.

Apollo Pro Modern Frame

However, if you’re on a budget and can’t afford the Apollo Pro or any of these alternatives, then I recommend checking out the NAMI Klima and Mantis King GT. While both have fewer features, they offer similar speed and range credentials.

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Post-Purchase Support

Warranty

The Apollo Pro comes with a standard one-year warranty alongside a 10,000 km warranty on the frame.

The warranty covers manufacturing defects across the major components, including the motors, controller, and battery, as well as parts such as the handlebars, lights, throttles, displays, folding mechanisms, IoT units, speakers, and much more.

Josh With the Apollo Pro

If you encounter any issues and make a claim, it’s important to know that while the costs of labor and parts are included under warranty, shipping fees to and from Apollo’s Repair Centre aren’t.

As to be expected, the warranty does not cover damage or defects caused by negligence, improper assembly, modifications, accidents, misuse, improper tools, acts of god, failure to follow the user manual/set up guides, water damage, improper cleaning solutions, improper maintenance, extreme/stunt driving, commercial use, unauthorized accessories, upgrades not sold by Apollo, and general wear and tear.

Apollo is also one of the few brands that’s built an entire ecosystem to facilitate an end-to-end consumer experience. When you buy an Apollo scooter, you’ll receive excellent customer care throughout each stage of the buying process, including post-sale. This can be seen in their extensive self-help hub which is home to a wealth of resources stretching from general buying FAQs to set-up guides and step-by-step repair tutorials.

Apollo Pro Deck and Kickplate

Manufacturer Specs

Specification Sheet

Specification: Apollo Pro Review

Brand
Brand

Apollo

Type
Terrain

Street

Design
Portability

Folding Frame

Weight (lbs)

93

Rider Weight (lbs)

330

Tire Size (inches)

12

Tire Type

Pneumatic (Self-Healing)

Performance
Top Speed (mph)

44

Max Range (miles)

63

Charge Time (hours)

6

Suspension Type

Front & Rear

Brake Type

Drum, Regenerative

Extra Features
Extra Features

Cruise Control, Lights, Mobile App, Water Resistance Rating, Dual Motors, Turn Signals

Specification
Max Incline (degrees)

30

Water Resistance Rating

IP66

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Specification: Apollo Pro Review

Brand
Brand

Apollo

Type
Terrain

Street

Design
Portability

Folding Frame

Weight (lbs)

93

Rider Weight (lbs)

330

Tire Size (inches)

12

Tire Type

Pneumatic (Self-Healing)

Performance
Top Speed (mph)

44

Max Range (miles)

63

Charge Time (hours)

6

Suspension Type

Front & Rear

Brake Type

Drum, Regenerative

Extra Features
Extra Features

Cruise Control, Lights, Mobile App, Water Resistance Rating, Dual Motors, Turn Signals

Specification
Max Incline (degrees)

30

Water Resistance Rating

IP66

Apollo Pro Review

$3,499.00

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