Kawasaki is a little late with games on electric motorcycles, especially compared to American companies like motorcycles Zero and LiveWire Harley-Davidson. That’s why the company promised late last year three new electric motorcycles will be released in 2022 was received with such excitement. But now we get information that the first of these models can be a little annoying, at least if you’re old enough to lace up your own boots.
Between the recently published teaser and the early leak of information on Kawasaki’s own website, Kawasaki’s first consumer electric motorcycle seems to be being the electric motorcycle for balance for kids.
The product will probably be known as Elektrode, although the name and basic design are the only basic details we know about it at the moment.
If you believe the teaser of Twitter, we will most likely find out more on June 7th.
But for now we can see a kid the size of a child, a bike the size of a child and a pump track that seems to be interesting for both.
See for yourself, below.
The bike itself is visible in the reflection of the visor, although it does not give any serious hints.
Swedish company for electric motorcycles CAKE also recently got into action for an electronic bike.
But Kawasaki will come out a little off the left, especially since it will be the brand’s first production electric motorcycle, albeit a children’s motorcycle.
Providing a little more information, a leak regarding the Elektrode model was discovered Motorcycle.comand Dennis Chung explains that “the biggest clue is a test page from Kawasaki web developers who accidentally went live. This particular test page (one of several that are currently publicly available) is intended for an additional license plate frame for the Kawasaki Teryx, but there is a new item in the navigation menu for the Elektrode electric balance bike. According to Google, the page has been running since at least May 9, but we expect it to be removed soon. “
Kawasaki is not entirely new to electric two-wheelers, as Team Green has been playing with prototypes for several years.
However, the company first shared the characteristics of a potential prototype of an electric motorcycle in 2019 the numbers were quite low.
It now looks like Kawasaki may shorten the path to launching its first electric motorcycle as a children’s model. But it still leaves two more electric two-wheelers by 2022, provided the company keeps its promises.
And I don’t think so electric robot goat also considered one of them.
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