In a recent statement, Honda stated that it had ambitious ambitions for an electric future, including the introduction of 10 new electrified cars by 2025. The Honda EM1 e, which stands for Electric Moped, is the first of those Honda electric bikes to have just been introduced at EICMA 2022.
Although information is quite limited, the manufacturer has claimed that this scooter would include a Honda Mobile Power Pack, which essentially means that it will have a detachable battery. Honda says that this battery will give “over 40km” on a single charge but has not provided any more information regarding its capacity. In a brief video the business posted, a 59 km suggested range is shown with the battery at 92 percent charge.
The photographs demonstrate that the Honda EM1 e uses a hub-mounted engine in what appears to be a 10-inch rear wheel, despite the fact that the manufacturer has not yet provided any details on the powertrain. The 12-inch front tyre, front disc brake, telescopic front fork, wide luggage rack at the back, and other features are all included with the electric scooter. The instrument console is a straightforward LCD device, and the illumination is entirely LED.
According to Honda, this scooter is intended for a young audience seeking quick, enjoyable urban transportation. In the summer of 2023, this electric scooter will be made available for purchase in Europe, but it is unclear at this time if it will also be sold in India.