Parallel to bikes fueled by gas, electric motorcycles operates on a similar basis. They produce power via an electric engine, which is subsequently converted into movement energy.
But there is one significant distinction. An electric motorcycle’s engine runs on electricity rather than gasoline. Rechargeable batteries give electricity.
Energy may be produced considerably more easily and cleanly by using electricity. There is no additional trash, no burning process is needed, and the components don’t degrade very quickly.
Compared to gas-powered bikes, electric motorcycles require less maintenance and are simpler to use. The number of electric motorcycles in Singapore is expected to rise, but there are still barriers to their mainstream acceptance.
The Singapore 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.
Scorpio Electric is a brand owned by Singapore-based EuroSports Technologies, which is supported by EuroSports Global, which is listed on the SGX. Scorpio Electric has added 7,000 square metres to its Teban Gardens location. Along with offices and showrooms, the facility has 4,000 square metres set aside for manufacturing and warehouse.
Although the individual parts will be produced overseas, Scorpio Electric will assemble its motorbikes in Singapore. Making the motorcycles “smart” via the application of artificial intelligence and data analytics will increase their energy efficiency even more.
The bike will be intelligent enough to provide information on how to better plan journeys and how much gasoline one will need while taking into account operating circumstances. Scorpio Electric also hopes to integrate environmental sustainability into its manufacturing process.
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