Mini Electric Motorcycle Made Using Recycled Materials Is Coming To India
Harin - Dec 04, 2019
NKD electric motorbikes, with an entry-level price point, can potentially replace those inefficient electric two-wheelers.
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As the world is gradually shifting to using battery-powered vehicles, electric two-wheelers are starting to have an edge over four-wheelers in some criteria. These electric two-wheelers will push forward the number of electric vehicle users. However, the offerings that consumers have for electric two-wheelers are not that attractive when compare with IC-engine ones.
One of the reasons is EVs’ underperformance capabilities. It’s either that their top speed is limited or they don’t have a great distance range. Those who want to have both will have to open their wallets for more capable EVs.
Not anymore as Fonzarelli, an Australian company, has the answer to all these problems. NKD electric motorcycle, with an entry-level price point, have been introduced as “mini motorbikes,” which can potentially replace those inefficient electric two-wheelers.
According to Michelle Nazarri, Fonzarelli’s founder, these NKD motorcycles will be the fastest. Consumers can require the motorcycle to be made according to their own preference, with different specifications. The motorcycle can reach 100kmph as its top speed and a range of 120 km for one single charge.
The motorcycle comes with a portable charger, but it can also be charged via fast charging plug points at public spaces. A plus point for this Fonzarelli motorcycle is that it is made using recycled materials.
However, this vehicle will not immediately face warm reception in the Indian market partly because Indian consumers have already been familiar with IC-engine motorcycles and scooters.
An advantage of this Fonzarelli motorcycle is its enhanced performance compared with e-scooters. For those who don’t think electric scooters are enough for their daily commute can consider NKD electric motorcycles.
These mini motorcycles are coming to India soon. The company is said to be working with Austrade or Australian Trade and Investment Commission to get things done.