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An electric motorbike is a two-wheeled vehicle that runs on energy stored in a rechargeable battery on board. Increased environmental concerns and traditional motorbikes’ low fuel economy are two significant factors driving demand for e-motorcycles.
Several government agencies have devised new incentive programmes for electric motorbikes in order to support the market’s growth.
The electric motorbike industry is predicted to develop due to technological advances such as high-speed handling efficiency, smaller size, improved acceleration, and decreased motor weight.
Due to increased environmental concerns and the need for sustainable mobility, the electric motorbike industry has seen significant expansion, aided by various beneficial government initiatives, particularly in developed nations.
The Europe Electric Motorcycle 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.
Vmoto Soco Group, a Sino-Australian company, has introduced the Stash, a revolutionary electric motorbike.
It will almost certainly be positioned as a high-end product in the company’s portfolio. Vmoto already has a number of electric bikes on the market, including the Super Soco TS, TC, TSX, and TC Max.
Sleek headlamp with stylish DRL, sporty black windscreen, spear-shaped front and rear turn signals, flat handlebar, sinewy tank, split seats, alloy wheels, sleek grab rails, edgy tail lamp, and rear tyre hugger are some of the essential characteristics of the Vmoto electric motorbike.
On the rear tyre hugger, there is space for installing a registration number plate. A rectangular complete digital instrument console is included with the bike. Bluetooth-based connection options are anticipated to be included with the bike.
A total of six new electric two-wheelers, including a few concepts, were unveiled by Yamaha Motor Europe. Three of them were electric bikes, two more were design concepts, and one is an electric scooter that is ready for mass production.
The Experia, Energica Motor’s latest electric adventurous crossover motorcycle, has been introduced in Europe. The Experia is a motorbike that the brand refers to as a “Green Tourer,” and it is equipped with a freshly created electric motor and battery. The company boasts a 420 km city range and a 209 km highway range.
To achieve such outstanding ranges, the all-electric Experia employs a sizable 22.5 kWh maximum-rated battery (19.6 kWh usable), and combines that battery with DC Fast Charging and Levels 1 and 2 charging capabilities.
The goal of Ox Motorcycles is to “refine” the electric motorcycle market in Europe by providing a high-end alternative that simultaneously emphasizes sustainability. The Caofen F80 was redesigned by OX and Caofen to create the OX DUK, an electric enduro that will be sold in Europe.
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