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Yamaha E01 Electric Scooter Spotted On Test


A heavily disguised Yamaha E01 electric scooter has been spotted in Japan, but it looks like it’s very close to production.

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The Yamaha E01 electric scooter looks almost ready for production

The Yamaha E01 electric scooter was unveiled as a concept at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, and with


The test mules of the Yamaha E01 electric scooter are heavily camouflaged, but look almost ready for production.

Although the test mule is heavily camouflaged, it is clear that Yamaha has stuck to the overall concept styling and has not made much changes, apart from the seat which has a more conventional shape than the concept. The front fender and mirrors are also slightly different. The Yamaha E01 rides on 13-inch wheels on both ends, with dual-channel ABS. Keyless starting and operation, as well as various riding modes will be standard.

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The Yamaha E01 electric scooter has a rather dull-looking and plain LCD instrument console.

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The E01 has quite a simple and plain LCD instrument panel, which displays the battery status as well as the speed, and what seems to be a clock. On the flanks of the instrument console are tell-tale lights, showing the ABS symbol, mobile phone signal, which could indicate Bluetooth connectivity.

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The powerplant and performance is not clear at the moment, but it should be comparable to the average 125 cc scooter.


What is not clear is the performance of the electric scooter, but we can expect class leading figures, considering the E01 will be launched first in Europe, the United States and even China, apart from Japan. We expect Yamaha to launch the E01 globally around March or April 2022, but so far, there are no plans of an India launch.

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