As summit season kicks off in style in Southeast Asia, eco-friendly vehicles are in the spotlight.Local police are evenly matched ride an electric bike Escort a representative. Many of you have probably seen it on the news.
McKinsey partner Vivek Lath said: Interview in Singapore On Friday. “This is a segment that accelerates much faster.”
Southeast Asian cities are so crowded that smaller, nimbler vehicles make more sense. Add to that the pollution caused by poorly maintained 2-stroke bikes and the switch to electric makes perfect sense. I’ve been to Bali too, and it’s clear that battery-powered cars are still too expensive for Southeast Asia’s rising middle class, but most people can afford an electric two-wheeler.
McKinsey Associate Partner Rahul Gupta believes that by 2030, electric two-wheelers could make up 50% of the total motorcycle market in the region. “Countries like Indonesia and Vietnam are big markets for scooters and motorcycles and are poised for growth, especially as last-mile delivery companies such as Grab and GoJek commit to transitioning their vehicles entirely to electric vehicles. It will help,” he said, Gupta.
“Indonesia Battery, a state-owned EV manufacturer, plans to produce 50,000 battery packs for two-wheelers next year to eventually support around 115 million motorcycles on the country’s roads. is.”
So we’ll likely see more of these electric two-wheelers than just summit season.
“India’s Hero MotoCorp, the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, launched its first electric scooter last month under its sub-brand Vida. Limp home safety feature limiting to 10 kilometers. bloomberg I am writing.
“Companies from developed markets in Asia are also on board. Japan’s Honda Motor Co. is doubling its plans to introduce electric motorcycles, targeting at least 10 models worldwide by 2025. ”
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Electric motorcycles are being driven more recreationally and enthusiastically in the US and Europe. In Asia, mostly practical and cheap vehicles get people from A to B. Here in Australia, as in Europe and America, A motorcycle as a hobby vehiclebut for our closest neighbors, this is a huge step forward for their daily transportation needs, and we need to keep that in mind as we write about the EV revolution around the world.
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