Honda has reportedly filed a patent for one of its electric scooters for India. A media report suggests that Honda is all set to bring its U-Go electric scooter to India. Although, at present, the company has not confirmed the launch of this scooter in India, but by registering the name of the scooter in India, it can be expected that Honda will launch its U-Go electric scooter in the country. making plans. The company is already selling this scooter in China. The dual battery pack is available in the U-Go electric scooter, due to which this scooter is capable of giving a range of 130 km.
CarToq’s accordingHonda has filed a patent for the name U-Go in India, which is already sold in china He is going. There are two models of this electric scooter in China, one of which is a standard and a premium model. Its affordable model comes equipped with a 1.2kW hub motor, which has a top speed of 43 kmph. At the same time, the 1.8kW capacity motor included in the top-model is capable of taking it to a top speed of 53 kmph.
The battery pack found in this scooter can be removed, due to which it becomes easy to charge it at home. It has the option of dual battery pack, with the help of which the range can be increased. The pack found in this is equipped with a Lithium-ion battery cell and its capacity is 1.44kW. With a single battery pack, the scooter can deliver a range of 75 km and with the help of an extra battery pack, it can get an extended range of 130 km.
The scooter gets a huge storage space of 26L. Honda U-GO gets an LCD screen, through which the rider can see important information like speed, distance, charge of the scooter. Through this the mode can be changed. It gets an LED headlight, which also includes an LED DRL strip. The e-scooter gets 12-inch front and 10-inch rear alloy wheels.
If this scooter comes to India, then it will compete directly with electric scooters like Ola S1 Pro, Ather 450 series, Bajaj Chetak Electric, TVS iQube. All these electric scooters come equipped with strong power and tremendous range. Some of these are affordable too. In such a situation, it has to be seen that if Honda launches its U-GO electric scooter in India, then at what price it will be launched.