Yamaha Introduces Two New Electric Scooters E01, Neo Which Can Run Up To 80 KM In A Single Charge

The Yamaha Neo e-scooter is based on the E02 concept showcased at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. Talking about the price, Yamaha Neo is available in Europe and other markets for EUR 3,005.

Now only electric vehicles can provide relief from the rising price of petrol. Meanwhile, motorcycle manufacturer Yamaha is slowly making its place in the Indian electric scooter market. The company is gradually emphasizing on making electric vehicles. Yamaha has also introduced some of its new e-scooters in India which is a step towards expanding the range of electric vehicles in the Indian market. Yamaha showcased the e-scooters of Yamaha E01 and Yamaha NEO at the Dealers Meet held on Monday. Let us know about the power and specification of both these scooters.

Yamaha E01

YAMAHA E01electric

The Yamaha E01 Electric Scooter is a maxi-style scooter with a sporty design. It gets a prominent front fascia, dual headlights, a compact windscreen, and single-piece seats. Talking about the features, the Yamaha E01 comes with a digital instrument console, Bluetooth connectivity, and a keyless start feature. This scooter has three ride modes namely Eco, Normal, and Power. The scooter has an 11kW electric motor that can run up to 80 km on a single charge. Yamaha has already registered the trademark for the Yamaha E01 which was showcased at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show.

Yamaha Neo

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The Yamaha Neo e-scooter is based on the E02 concept showcased at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. Talking about the price, Yamaha Neo is 3,005 EUR in other markets including Europe. Talking about power, it has a 50.4V, 19.2Ah lithium-ion battery and the powertrain is equal to that of a 50cc scooter. Yamaha Neo is already available as a 50cc petrol-powered scooter in some markets. The dual battery pack Neo can run up to 68 km on a single charge. It takes 8 hours to charge it. At the moment it is not known when Yamaha’s electric scooters will arrive. But it remains to be seen how these models deliver on the roads in India.

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