Yadea Launches New Luxurious EV with 128km Range

China’s leading electric two-wheeler manufacturer, Yadea, is all set to launch its latest scooter, the F200, in the European market. The most remarkable feature of this scooter is its design, which is inspired by premium car manufacturer Porsche’s design and division. The scooter has a boxy design and a squinting front apron with a horizontal headlamp that gives it an attractive look.

Range and Power

The F200 scooter comes with an 11 kW electric motor that will give power output equivalent to a 125cc scooter. The motor is paired with a dual battery pack that will give a range of 128 km on a single full charge. The scooter’s top speed is 100 km/h, and it can go from zero to 48 km/h in just 2.5 seconds.

Subsidies on Electric Two-wheelers Reduced from 1st June

India’s Heavy Industries Ministry has decided to reduce subsidies on electric two-wheelers from 1st June. The subsidy on electric two-wheelers has been reduced from INR 15,000 per kilowatt (kW) to INR 10,000 per kW. This decision will increase the cost of electric two-wheelers, and many companies, including Ola and Ather, have already announced an increase in prices.

News Summary:

– Yadea, a leading electric two-wheeler manufacturer, is launching its latest scooter, the F200, in the European market.
– The scooter’s design is inspired by Porsche’s design and division, which makes it an attractive addition to the market.
– The F200 comes with an 11 kW electric motor, and it can cover 128 km on a single charge.
– The Indian government has reduced subsidies on electric two-wheelers from INR 15,000 per kW to INR 10,000 per kW, effective from June 1st.

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