Honda Presents EV-neo, Its First Electric Scooter
Although on the market is nothing new, two-wheeled electrical vehicles began to be addressed by renowned manufacturers in the industry, and it seems that Honda makes no compromises in this respect. The Japanese manufacturer announced it will introduce the first electric scooter on the market in Japan, which will enter the series production. Note the model’s design, that recalls the legendary Honda Cub.
Honda sees the need vehicle such as EV-neo, especially for delivery people, but anyone can buy it for personal use or business use.
The two-wheeled vehicle is based on the EV-neo concept and would have to begin somewhere later this year. The electric scooter will have a lithium-ion type battery Toshiba’s manufacturing, and its autonomy as officials will be 18 miles on a flat road.
EV-neo’s performance will be similar to those of a classic scooter that uses a propellant with a capacity of 50 cc, eventually to reach speeds of 30 mph. According to Honda officials, this scooter’s battery can be recharged in about four hours. EV-neo concept was unveiled during the Tokyo Motor Show last year.
Via | Autoblog