Honda keeps growing its EV lineup in terms of both two- and four-wheelers. The Japanese automaker has been in the two-wheeler sector for many years, but it is now gradually embracing electric technology. Ten new electric motorcycles are expected to be released by 2025, but that is a sizable goal. The company's new e-scooter lineup is based on earlier gas-powered motorcycles. The Honda Dax, Cub, and Zoomer now come in pedal-assisted versions on the Chinese market.
The models go by the name of their gas-powered sibling models. The Club, Dax, and Zoomer electric bikes are the three models that have achieved great success as small displacement scooters. The three brand-new electric bikes have appealing and distinctive designs. They also resemble the S07 and the Muji x Honda e-bike in some ways.
Electric Bicycles( EB) is the classification group for the new Honda e-bikes in China. As a result, they can only travel at 25 km/ h. Honda claims that with their features and design, the new electric bikes will meet Generation Z needs.
Honda Dax, Cub, and Zoomer e-Scooter price
Although the models' prices have not yet been made public, they are anticipated to be competitive. Additionally, because of their EB classification, the bikes won't require a license to operate. Younger riders could use the bike because there are limitations on the age at which one can obtain a driver's license.
About the three new Honda e-scooters, not many technical details are known. There are also no information on pricing or global availability.