Yamaha E01 Electric Scooter Makes Official Debut - Photos & Details

Yamaha E01 Electric Scooter Makes Official Debut - Photos & Details

The E01 electric scooter's official rental programme has begun by Yamaha in Japan. The brand started an experimental lease programme last year to track consumer behaviour and reception. Customers can now rent it from a few dealerships nationwide.

A stationary lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 4.9kWh and an 8.1kW motor provide power for the Yamaha E01. According to Yamaha, this electric scooter has a range of 104 kilometres. Customers will also receive a portable charger if necessary. But the Yamaha E01 can only be rented by riders who are at least 20 years old and have a valid driver's licence.

The E01 has an LCD console with many features. It includes a speedometer, battery gauge, odometer, clock, riding modes, GPS connection readouts, and more. It is supported by twin rear shocks and telescoping front forks. A single front and rear disc brake are fitted on the alloy wheels as the braking system.

Yamaha has recently shown the E01 to a select group of Indian dealers. It appears that the Japanese company may wait a while before introducing any of its electric scooters in India. Given the expansion of the EV market in India. Nonetheless, there are already a few producers that serve this market, like Ather, Ola, Bajaj, TVS, Hero, Revolt, etc.

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How many kilometers can Yamaha Ray ZR run safely?
2022-12-29 06:07:37 AM
Yamaha Ray ZR can easily have day long runs if driven at speeds around 55-60 kmph. It may need breaks every 100 kilometers as the small interval may let the little machine cool down and even provide some amount of relief to the riders back and legs. You can drive the Ray ZR up to the given service interval without any actual harm while high speeds can make the engine more vulnerable for internal damage than moderate speeds for long journeys.
Is there a USB port in Yamaha Ray ZR?
2022-12-29 06:06:24 AM
Yamaha Ray ZR does not have USB Port for the phone charging purpose. It would have been a good feature, even if provided as an option on the new sporty scooter. The Ray ZR is powered by a 113 cc engine producing 7 BHP and 8.1 Nm of torque. It comes with a drum as well as disc brake option and returns a mileage of 66 kmpl. The scooters starts at INR 52,000.
What is the front disc brake size of Yamaha Ray ZR?
2022-12-29 06:03:34 AM
The front disc brake size of the new Yamaha Ray ZR is 170 mm. The hydraulic single disc brake is an option and the variant loaded with it comes with a price tag of INR 54,500. The drum brake variant costs just INR 52,000. For this INR 2500 Yamaha also offers a good looking set of alloy wheels, making the deal more valuable for the higher spec variant. It comes with a certified mileage of 66 kmpl and weighs just 105 kg.
Can I fit replace the steel rims with alloy wheels in my Yamaha Ray ZR?
2022-12-29 06:03:17 AM
Yamaha Ray ZR can be fitted with any 10 inch alloy wheel as Honda Activa's rear alloy is 12 inch and even Suzuki Access's rear alloy wheel is 10 inch. You can even buy the 10 inch alloy wheels from Yamaha itself which are offered on the top spec version. The scooter looks very aggressive and currently retails for INR 52,000 and uses the same 113 cc engine producing 7 BHP and 8.1 Nm of torque. It claims a certified mileage of 66 kmpl.
What is the exact price of Yamaha Ray in Karaikal?
2022-12-29 06:02:13 AM
The Yamaha Ray has been discontinued from the Indian market. Yamaha retired the Ray to make way for the new Cygnus Ray-ZR. We advise you to look into the Cygnus Ray-ZR which starts at a price of INR 55,300 (ex-showroom). If you are specifically looking to buy the Yamaha Ray, you'll have to scout around the second hand scooter markets to get a good deal.