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The increased use of electric scooter sharing and rental services in a number of developed nations is having a favourable impact on the market for electric scooters worldwide. A growing number of companies are renting out their goods in the global market for electric scooters.
The global market for electric scooters is also being driven by the increasing number of financial and non-financial incentives enticing consumers to choose battery-operated two-wheelers or electric scooters.
It is anticipated that the goods in the worldwide market for electric scooters would improve both global energy security and air quality.
The Brazil Electric Scooter Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Yamaha has introduced the Fluo, a brand-new scooter, in Brazil. It is virtually the same scooter as the Yamaha FreeGo that is offered on the Indonesian market. The Fluo and FreeGo have the same aesthetic.
Like its Indonesian equivalent, it keeps its contemporary appearance and sporting elements. The turn signal and brake lamps are distinct in the Fluo, as opposed to being merged in the FreeGo, which is a significant stylistic difference.
Speaking of features, the Fluo has ABS as standard, unlike the FreeGo. In addition, it boasts a USB charging port, a digital LCD instrument cluster, and an ample 25 litres of storage space beneath the seat.
Additionally, it has 12-inch alloy wheels, which should provide a smooth ride. The Fluo will be available from Yamaha in three colours: black, white, and blue. The same 125cc 4-stroke single-cylinder engine from the FreeGo drives the Fluo. It produces 10.3Nm at 5500 rpm and 9.6PS at 8000 rpm and has a quiet starter from Yamaha.
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