Honda will release electric scooter with replaceable batteries

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2018-01-21 16:30:05

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Honda will release electric scooter with replaceable batteries

The PCX Scooters — a very popular means of transportation in Japan, so they continue to sell in large quantities. In order to reduce exhaust emissions, Honda decided to modify scooters, releasing hybrid and electric version of this model with replaceable batteries. To test new features will be on the event will soon be held in the Japanese city of Saitama. There the company will present and test two Autonomous car, created to deliver goods.

From the usual PCX their eco-friendly versions are blue patches on the body and the ability to use replaceable batteries. This decision will allow the owners to restrict themselves to the reserve battery, if necessary, simply replacing the battery. Fully electric scooter and a model with a hybrid setup has not gone into the series. While Honda plans to make a number of presentations to understand wondering whether a new model of potential owners. Meanwhile, the alarming one point: the developers did not report any details about the power plant and battery capacity. Perhaps their volume is not as great as I would like.

Scooter for people living in big cities is much easier car — it allows you to quickly get to the desired location, avoiding traffic jams and congestion. Due to its size, the owners do not have problems with Parking. A small battery is being charged faster car, and the charging station do not have to search long — the scooter can be recharged from the usual outlets in the cafe. The actuator also allow to reduce the noise and help to fight air pollution by exhaust gases.

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