Bikes with detachable batteries to go on sale in Southeast Asia in TOKYO -- Japan's Honda Motor plans to start selling motorized scooters that run on detachable batteries in Southeast Asia starting as early as , amid toughened environmental measures across the region. The vehicles will adopt lithium ion batteries developed by the automaker. A fully-charged battery can power a scooter for km. The battery can also be used as a source of power for lighting at home as well as for recharging smartphones. The stations are also seen providing power to the electrical grid during periods of peak electrical demand.
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Asian e-scooter race heats up on chilly German streets - Nikkei Asian Review
As is, no warranty, A-grade;. Engine is kick-tested only;. Faded paint, small cracks, dents, scratches are acceptable;. Tires, batteries, keys, breake wires - as is, no replacement;. Seats: small cuts are acceptable. If the seat is severyly damaged, we provide either another seat, or seat cover, depending on the degree of the damage.
How to ride a scooter in Southeast Asia (and live to tell the tale)
Rival suppliers battle for pole position in promising European markets. BERLIN -- Germany is a relatively cold place, where motorcycles are mostly seen as summertime toys rather than a serious transport option. So it is all the more surprising that the country has become a market battleground for the latest generation of Asian-branded electric scooters, laden with smartphone-linked technology. These e-scooters represent a huge advance from their gasoline-powered cousins in terms of environmental friendliness.
Before I came to Southeast Asia, I had these romantic ideas of exploring places on the back of a motorbike. Wind blowing in my hair, rice fields as far as the eye can see, stopping in rural towns along the way for a little break…. I know, I know, I think back now and shake my head at that girl with those naive ideas. If she only knew back then what driving is really like in this part of the world…. Renting scooters is something that Sam and I went back and forth on for a while.