Many manufacturers are focused on the electric future, and the EU and the UK have announced plans to ban the sale of petrol-powered motorcycles by 2035.
Yamaha recently analyzed the goals of its focus on the production of electric models, so the Japanese manufacturer hopes that by 2050 it will be able to achieve carbon neutrality in its entire offer.
The road to carbon neutrality has several stages, and those are the reduction of emissions until 2030 and then until 2035, which are, coincidentally or not, the dates already set by the EU and Great Britain.
The goal is to reduce CO2 emissions per person by promoting the use of personal vehicles with low CO2 emissions or energy-efficient sources.
In addition to creating low-emission vehicles, achieving carbon neutrality will be achieved through optimizing the procurement of raw materials, production, use and subsequent disposal.
Does that mean more new Yamaha motorcycles await us?
The answer is short and clear: yes. The Japanese giant states that it will work on new, innovative forms of transportation, in addition to the existing offer. Of course, these will be electric machines, which should contribute to achieving an ambitious goal.
Yamaha is already quite valuable in this regard. Last year, it reached an agreement with other manufacturers on the production of standardized replaceable electric batteries, made an electric motorcycle of 480 hp, and patents were registered for E01 and EC-05 electric scooters.
Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.
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