Suzuki e-Burgman Electric Scooter Revealed
By Jafar Rizvi
2 mins read
Published on March 30, 2023
- The production-spec e-Burgman has a swappable battery pack
- Suzuki claims the e-Burgman has a range of 44 km
- It aims to focus on areas where replaceable battery stations are installed.
Suzuki has revealed its first electric offering, namely e- Burgman. Based on the maxi scooter, the Burgman Street 125 maxi styled scooter. Electric mobility is being reckoned and all the major two wheeler manufactures have been adopting it. The Japanese brand is testing its first electric two-wheeler in Tokyo and has listed the e-Burgman on their website.
The Hamamatsu-based brand has revealed the e-Burgman overseas in its entirety and revealed most of its specifications as well. While previously leaked documents showed a fixed battery pack on the e-Burgman, the production-spec Suzuki e-Burgman comes with swappable batteries. While the swappable lithium-ion battery capacity is unknown, Suzuki claims the e-Burgman has a range of "44 km when ridden at a steady 60 kmph on a flat surface." While this figure appears to be quite low, given that it is a testing figure, this claimed range figure will most likely increase.
|Length x Width x Height||1825mm × 765mm × 1140mm|
|seat height||780 mm|
|vehicle weight||147 kg|
|rated output||0.98 kW|
|maximum output||4.0 kW|
|maximum torque||18 Nm|
|prime mover type||AC synchronous motor|
|battery type||lithium-ion battery|
|cruising details||44km (60km/h level running) * Suzuki internal test value|
The table shows most of the specifications of the e-burgman
The upcoming e-Burgman appears to be identical to the petrol-powered Suzuki Burgman Street 125. The e-Burgman is heavily based on the current model, from the maxi-style bodywork with a sporty fascia and butch side panels. According to Suzuki, the purpose of the test of the e-Burgman was to understand the evaluation and improvement requests for two types of moped electric scooters using replaceable batteries. It aims to focus on areas where replaceable battery stations are installed.
Last Updated on March 30, 2023
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