Indian automotive manufacturer Bajaj, through its EV subsidiary Chetak Technology, has its eyes set on boosting electric two and three-wheeler production.
Suzuki has been working on electric motorcycle technology for years, and its efforts could be close to fruition.
BMW Motorrad is reportedly developing a boxer-style electric motor, according to recent patent filings by the German manufacturer.
The Experia boasts a 22.5 kWh battery and 420 km of in-city range.
The TE-1 is Triumph Motorcycles’ first foray into the world of electric motorcycles, and it’’s almost ready.
The LiveWire S2 Del Mar will have 80 hp on tap and 160 km of in-city driving range.
The LiveWire Del Mar is based on the Arrow S2 platform and could be priced under $20,000.
With its gas-powered equivalent available locally, could this all-electric minibike launch in the Philippines?
Yamaha has previously stated its goal to release two new electric scooters in 2022.
Spanish electric mobility company Nerva has unveiled the Exe electric scooter which features LFP batteries from BYD.
The LiveWire Del Mar will be the first among many future models to use the more cost-effective ARROW platform.
The Triumph TE-1 could become a formidable challenger in the electric motorcycle space.
KTM has confirmed that an electric naked bike called the E-Duke is coming. It will likely share the same low-power platform as the E-Pilen from HUsqvarna.
Will e-bikes eventually be allowed? Possible, but not now.
The upcoming Yamaha E01 electric scooter has been spied testing for the first time in Japan. Details on the new scooter have emerged, and hint at a possible affordable electric commuter.
It could be an exciting year for Yamaha as it aims to release two new e-scooters for the masses.
Bajaj will be inaugurating a new manufacturing facility in India dedicated solely to the production of electric vehicles. The factory will manufacture EVs both for India and the global marke...
The Sur Ron Light bee delivers about 8 hp and 39 Nm of torque with a 60-mile range.
It could become the basis for the brand’s first street-legal electric model.
Partners since 2013, the two companies now take aim on the new frontier of motorcycling.