Japanese automobile company Yamaha has launched a new electric scooter for India.Electric Scooter) preparation has started. The market of electric vehicles is continuously increasing and users also want to get rid of the prices of petrol and diesel. Keeping in view the changing trends, every major brand wants to strengthen its position in the electric segment. Therefore, apart from Yamaha, Honda, Hero MotoCorp and Suzuki are also developing electric scooters. At the same time, Bajaj and TVS have already introduced their electric scooters. Yamaha’s new electric scooter will be developed keeping in mind the needs of India. Let’s take a look at Yamaha’s plans.
India-based e-scooter’s BMS will be
The craze of electric scooter is increasing among the users. Companies are also increasing their EV line-up to meet the demand of the users. That’s why Yamaha, like other companies, will make an electric scooter keeping India at the center. Its Battery Management System (BMS) will be designed according to the Indian terrain and weather.
Growth from Electric Segment
According to reports, Yamaha Motor India Group Chairman Ishin Chihana says that production development has also accelerated in response to the rapid growth of the electric segment in India. Apart from this, Yamaha’s manufacturing unit in India can serve as a production hub for exports to Europe and many emerging markets.
How will the new e-scooter be
The design of the upcoming electric scooter could be similar to that of the Neo. But as mentioned, this e-scooter will be designed according to Indian needs. It will be developed by the Chennai-based company’s research and development team. At the same time, it is expected to be manufactured in the production unit of the factory located in Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu.
performance will be strong
The performance of Yamaha’s electric scooter will be similar to the 110-125 cc scooter that runs on petrol. Chihana said that according to a study, the average movement of users in the city is between 30 and 35 kilometers. Earlier, Yamaha introduced the Neo and E01 electric scooters in India at a dealer event to take feedback from the users.
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