Piaggio Group operates Vespa, Aprilia and Moto Guizzi motorcycles in India and is now considering entering the field of electric motorcycles, which will grow stronger in the next few years.
The company has an electric scooter called Vespa Elettrica, ready to launch. But they persevere because electric vehicles have not yet formulated appropriate regulations and policies.
Vespa Elettrica is equipped with a 5 kW electric motor, capable of producing 5.36 HP of peak power and 20 Nm of torque. When the accelerator input power increases, since the scooter is electric, torque can be obtained from pulling the accelerator a second time. This gives it excellent maneuverability in city driving.
A 4.2 kWh lithium-ion battery pack will power the motor and can be fully charged within four hours. This will make its maximum range of 100 kilometers.
It is also possible that Vespa will provide top-of-the-line X hybrid (aka Elettrica X) electric scooters. This scooter combines an electric motor with a conventional engine. The engine is a 100cc four-stroke gasoline engine that can help the X Hybrid travel up to 200 kilometers.
Like all other Vespa motorcycles, the Vespa Elettrica looks very compelling. But in some places the new silver finish has a bluish tone, giving it an admirable modernity.
It has a fully digital display that can display everything from speed to battery charging and temperature. The scooter also has regenerative braking, smartphone connection and LED headlights.
Piaggio Group hopes to put its electric scooters on the market before 2020, which will also enable other electric car brands to come out. I believe that new energy will spark different sparks among various car factories.
Here comes the problem! Under the leadership of new energy, the motorcycle industry, whether it is Honda, Harley, etc., has begun to develop and research electric new energy locomotives. It is bound to be very popular in the near future. For those who love motorcycles You, can you accept this so-called “motorcycle” that has lost the sound of the motor?
Hey! In fact, this question is just as if I did not ask! I also think it’s nonsense! But everyone can still express their opinions and talk about today’s “Vespa”, specifically “Vespa Elettrica”. Do you think this is the well-known Vespa?