iPhone integration is popping up everywhere. The latest example is the A4000i Electric Scooter by Terra Motors. The Tokyo startup has incorporated an iPhone dock into their bike.

smartphone_610x368The result: the A4000i can link to your phone and display data on power consumption, battery status, average speed, and mileage, as well as navigation information.

The A4000i, which can seat two, will be targeted to the Asian market, where scooters are big business. The all electric production will appeal to urban planners as they battle overcrowding and pollution.

The A4000i scooter has a removable lithium-ion battery that takes about 4.5 hours to charge. The scooter’s range is about 40 miles. Terra says the battery will last up to five times longer than standard batteries with a lifespan of more than 30,000 miles.

The A4000i will go into production this December and retail for $4,500.