Honda EV Cub

Honda EV Neo

Yamaha EC-03

Yamaha EC-f

Yamaha EC-fs

Suzuki Burgman fuel cell scooter

Yamaha SR400

The Honda Cub is the most popular scooter in the world. But looking to the future, Honda is working on the idea of an electric Cub.
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Working with a more modern scooter design than that used by the Cub, Honda's EV Neo would also be battery-powered.
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Yamaha developed the EC-03 as a particularly lightweight electric scooter. It uses lithium ion batteries producing 0.6 kilowatts.
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Breaking away from traditional motorcycle design, Yamaha explores an electric-powered two wheel commuter bike using an x-shape frame. The purpose behind the EC-f is to design a motorcycle for people with no riding experience.
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A similar design to the EC-f, the EC-fs electric motorcycle tweaks the frame a little, showing the flexibility in the concept.
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Suzuki takes its Burgman scooter, a big, modern gasoline-powered two-wheeler, and fits it with a fuel cell powering an electric motor to drive the wheels.
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Although not electric-powered, Yamaha's SR400, a design little-changed from its 1978 introduction, gains efficiency technologies such as direct injection.
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