Considering the market’s high demand for electric scooters, Yamaha has unveiled its second e-scooter, the Yamaha EMF, for the Taiwanese market. This electric scooter is being developed in collaboration with Gogoro, a Taiwanese company, and will include cutting-edge features such as swappable battery technology. It’s also worth noting that the Indian Hero Motocorp has partnered with Gogoro to produce electric scooters and motorcycles.
In terms of appearance, this scooter is vastly different from Yamaha’s current two-wheeler offerings. The EMF e-scooter has a futuristic look and feel to it, as well as powerful, aggressive styling. There are three colour choices: dark black, dark green, and light blue. It has dual LED headlamps, trendy rearview mirrors, a flat front apron with a chiselled profile, a digital instrument cluster, a single-piece seat, and afterburner-styled dual LED taillights.
Furthermore, the scooter has several distinguishing features, such as a small storage space in the centre of the floorboard. This can be used for a variety of accessories such as cups and bottles. Instead of a key, an NFC card can be used to turn on and off the scooter. There are several connectivity options available, which can be accessed through the Yamaha app. Some of the key connectivity features include last parking location, turn-by-turn navigation, and a fleet management system.
The Yamaha EMF electric scooter is powered by a mid-mounted motor that produces 10.30 ps of max power at 3,000rpm and 26 Nm of peak torque at 2,500 rpm. It can accelerate from 0 to 50 kilometres per hour in 3.5 seconds. Yamaha has not revealed the scooter’s top speed, but it is expected to be around 100 kmph. In Taiwan, range will not be an issue because the scooter will rely on Gogoro’s extensive battery-swapping network. Yamaha EMF electric scooter starts at NT$ 102,800 in Taiwan and it’s not sure at the moment whether Yamaha will bring it to our shores or not.
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