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Yamaha has a new electric scooter with a swappable battery system

It’s able to use battery-swapping stations across Taiwan
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Yamaha is continuing its push for swappable-battery systems in its global lineup. In addition to helping form the Swappable Batteries Motorcycle Consortium, the company has launched a new EMF electric scooter utilizing the same technology in Taiwan.

The new Yamaha EMF was produced as part of the company’s ongoing partnership with Gogoro. The chassis was designed by Yamaha based on the Gogoro Design Kit, and is able to use the Gogoro Energy Network’s GoStation battery-swapping stations across Taiwan.

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This two-wheeler looks more futuristic and utilitarian than the usual modern-day scooter. It still has a low-hanging headlamp as its EC-05 predecessor did, but it looks very different in terms of style. The EMF has a thin and rugged frame, and it’s actually giving us this Honda Zoomer-X vibes.

Yamaha has yet to provide other pertinent details about the EMF as of this writing. It has merely mentioned that this is a “strategic electric vehicle” that will help the company achieve its goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. Would you like to see Yamaha’s electric scooter arrive in our market as well?

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