The Honda EM1 electric scooter will go on sale in Europe in the summer of 2023.

Honda has unveiled its first all-electric two-wheeler, the EM1, at the ongoing 2022 EICMA. The new Honda EM1 electric moped is said to be the first of 10 electrified models planned by Honda by 2025.

Honda hasn’t unveiled any technical specs of the EM1 electric scooter, apart from the fact that it will get a removable battery, or as the company calls it – “Honda Mobile Power Pack”, and that it will provide a range of around 40 km on a single charge. Considering the range, the Honda EM1 electric moped could also have a low top speed of under 45 km/h to classify as an L1e-B moped in Europe, where it will be sold.

Although Honda hasn’t revealed any other details, the images of the EM1 does showcase a hub-mounted e-motor, 12-inch front & 10-inch rear wheels, a large luggage rack at the back, telescopic front forks, LED lighting all around and a simple LCD instrument console.

Honda is said to be targeting the younger demographic looking for “fun urban transport over short distances”. The Honda EM1 electric scooter will go on sale in Europe in the summer of 2023.

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