Kawasaki said it plans to transform all of its gasoline motorcycles into electric machines by 2035.
Despite the consequences of the corona virus pandemic on the global market, there is a great demand for two-wheelers again. The reason for that is the fact that motorcycles are the means of transport that carries the lowest risk of infection.
According to Yasuhiko Hashimoto, President of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, the Japanese company is open for business cooperation with anyone interested in strengthening the “green” policy.
“We want to make a long-term commitment to environmental efforts, and we are particularly focused on the new trends established by the global pandemic.”
“We are open for cooperation with all interested parties,” he stressed.
One of the main goals of Kawasaki Heavy Industries and the recently established motorcycle division, Kawasaki Motors Limited, is to launch a line of electric motorcycles.
And although there are no electric machines with the Japanese company’s logo at the moment, Kawasaki plans to launch as many as ten new electric motorcycles by 2025. The main goal is to offer motorcycles in Japan, Europe, the USA, Canada and Australia by 2035, entirely made up of electric models.
It is interesting to mention that Kawasaki is one of the few companies currently working on the development of a hydrogen generator.
Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.
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