Honda is the most trusted brand for two-wheelers in India and the number of users keeps on increasing. Honda released a new two-wheeler electric vehicle so that it can launch at least 10 electric two-wheelers globally by 2025.
The new electric vehicle made its first entry at an EICMA show in Milan, Italy. EM1 is the first electric two-wheeler of Honda to step foot in the European market.
The scooter’s boxy and angular form lines give it a far simpler appearance than the contemporary, robotic-looking electric scooters. With a big footboard, an obviously spacious seat, and a rear carrier, it appears that function is more important than aesthetics.
The EM1 is claimed to deliver a range of 40km with a single charge. Additionally, the battery pack is detachable, giving the user the ease of charging it at home. It has a maximum speed cap of 50kmph. This means that the vehicle is developed to cover the short distance with swappable battery technology.
According to Honda, this power pack was made to withstand “various temperatures, humidity levels, collisions, and vibrations.”
The future of Honda is yet to unveil fully. We hope to see more such e-vehicles by Honda on the road. Honda will launch at least 10 electric bikes and scooters by 2025 and some flex-fuel Vehicles they have already patented a hub motor design in India for their upcoming models.