Yamaha Neo and E01 electric scooters will be available soon.

Yamaha Electric Scooters Debut E01 And NEO – Overview

Yamaha has been one of the more forward-thinking Japanese companies in electric two-wheelers, and their new electric scooter, the Neo’s, is poised to hit the market in other countries.

This is a 50cc-equivalent electric scooter with a hub motor likely to produce around 2kW.
It has swappable batteries, similar to the Bounce Infinity E1 that was just announced in India, although no range figures have been released.

Here are the major highlights of the Yamaha Neo Scooter:

  • The Yamaha Neo’s will be available in Europe in a few weeks and incorporate a changeable battery pack.
  • The E01 Concept, on the other hand, will begin its existence in the shared mobility environment.
  • Yamaha also presented the B01 e-moped, which collaborated with Fantic Motor.
Yamaha Electric Scooters Debut E01 And NEO
Yamaha Electric Scooters Debut E01 And NEO

For that matter, any statistics. The Neo’s is based on the E02 Concept that Yamaha debuted at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, and it will be the first of several Yamaha e-scooters to hit the market in the following months.

Meanwhile, the manufacture of the more powerful and well-known E01 e-scooter is nearing completion, although it will first be used in a ride-sharing fleet in one of Europe’s biggest cities.

Yamaha will be able to collect real-world testing data while still maintaining control of the scooters, allowing it to iron out any teething bugs before releasing it to the public.

Yamaha Electric Scooters Debut E01 And NEO
Yamaha Electric Scooters Debut E01 And NEO

The E01 is a 125cc-equivalent electric scooter based on the E01 ConceptConcept, also displayed with the E02.

Members of the Japanese media already tested a development unit of this e-scooter, and it had basic LCD instruments with a range estimate of 70 kilometres when fully charged.

Eco, Normal, and Power are the three riding modes available.

Something that resembles a connectivity icon appears to be present in the caution lights encircling the display, implying that Bluetooth connectivity may be involved.

Considering European laws, it’s likely that the E01’s power output will be limited to 11kW (15hp) to comply with the light electric scooter regulatory class.

These new Yamaha EVs appear to be low-cost urban mobility alternatives, similar to what we already have in India.

Yamaha Electric Scooters Debut E01 And NEO
Yamaha Electric Scooters Debut E01 And NEO

With charging being one of the primary challenges in metro cities, the Neo’s, with its swappable batteries, could be an intelligent innovation.

Given the current surge in electric two-wheelers in India and that competitors Honda and Suzuki are also working on e-scooters for our market, one or both of these Yamaha e-scooters could end up in local showrooms at some point in the future.

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