Suzuki is finally working on an electric model

The latest patents reveal that Suzuki has finally started working on its electrical project.

And although the direction in which the project is going is still not clear, it seems that the electrification of the Japanese manufacturer’s line has finally started.

Based on the patent, we see that an electric scooter has been prepared, which could be an electric variant of the Burgman model. However, the scooter shown corresponds to a version of 125 cc, not 400.

Given that the Hamamatsu factory has confirmed its departure from every competition category in the motorcycle world, the focus of the electrical project could certainly be on practicality rather than performance.

moreover, one of the reasons for such a move by Suzuki is to direct funds towards the development of electric models, so it is not surprising that the latest patents reveal just such a creation.

What the patents reveal is a model with a conventional battery, tucked under a traditional steel frame, similar to the one on the Burgman 125. .

Although Yamaha and Honda opted for interchangeable battery technology, Suzuki opted for a fixed unit. This practically means that an empty battery cannot be easily replaced, but must be charged from scratch.

All in all, the development process has just begun, and a lot of changes await us until the final version. We expect it to be a long time before we see the prototype in action.

Source: Moto Berza by

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