A pair of RGB strip LED’s hide behind the vertically-stacked smoked-windows on both the front and rear of the unit. Tapping the power button will also allow you to cycle through permanently lit or flashing modes for these lights, alternatively their modes can be altered in the application for rainbow cycling and other effects.
Gotway have revised the rear cluster with a baboon-style red-ringed rear running-light surrounding the central 5-LED status light. This central set of LED’s will switch from green to red when braking.
Hidden away on the curving backside of the body is the MSuperX’s extending trolley handle. There is no release or catch button, just lift the matte handle to telescope up the two sections to the top. It parks at a height suitable for most riders to easily dolly the powered-up wheel around, which is something we found ourselves doing more often due to the heavy weight of the unit however, its rear placement can make doing this somewhat clumsy.