When Segway designed the LeanSteer™ frames for the Segway PT, they opted for durability that added a smart visual appeal. Get right up close and personal with the Anodized Black LeanSteer frame on the i2 or the standard Anodized Black and Silver on the x2 and you'll see that it's not just color; it's a finish.
Our engineers would tell you that the process of anodizing our LeanSteer frames is electrochemical. That translates into a finish that's incredibly durable. Heck, they had to laser etch the Segway logo on there to get it to stay. Take a key to try and scratch it. Go ahead, they dare you. You'll end up doing more damage to the key. So, come to think of it, you may not want to do that.
Anodized options are great for demanding commercial applications such as policing, security, and tours. Since it's standard on the x2, you can rest assured that the occasional brush with branches or dirt won't leave a mark.
If you're not as concerned about durability, consider the i2 in Gloss White or the newly minted Metallic Sage. These are brighter painted versions of the LeanSteer frame that'll lend a shinier look to your daily glide.
The i2 Metallic Sage is an interesting color. Some say it's goldish. Others say it's silvery-green. Decide for yourself as you enjoy its dynamic appeal in various lighting conditions. The metallic underbody grabs the changing light while the Segway wordmark is presented in an off-white green with a subtle outline above the gray i2 logomark indicated below.
As with other color packages for the i2 model, the i2 in Metallic Sage comes with a color-matched center console trim to complete its visual identity.