Yamaha e-Vino It is an electric scooter without many claims beyond getting around the city quietly on short trips and being as uniform as possible. Classic Vespa Lifelong. Although the second part is quite respectable, the first part was a bit small when it launched in late 2020. Now, Yamaha has updated its mechanics to give it a bit more autonomy and power, while preserving its sleek retro design.
The e-Vino is for now only available with a limited specification sheet in the Japanese market, as it is a model that It is not conceived to be electric from its origin., In exchange for 259,600 yen (2.100 Euro), Yamaha puts a battery-powered electric scooter in the hands of its buyers 500 Wh that traveled 29 km with each charge (Double if you opted for a 1,000 Wh battery). the maximum speed that the motor was able to reach 580 W This . was from 45 km/hHence it has the symmetry of a moped.
Now, the manufacturer has increased the performance figures while maintaining its Vespa-style design. battery is made 17% more capacity reached 585 Wh In case of opting for single accumulator. However, the increase in autonomy is very small as it goes from 29 to 32 kilometer, With two batteries this autonomy is doubled so that the owner can go about his day to day with a little more peace of mind. What it has achieved is the electric motor, which now reaches 1.2 kW power That without being a figure that would make it a very powerful scooter, it would allow more than one protection when entering urban traffic.
As for the design, it is almost intact except that they are included in the 2023 model. some new color combinations, Apart from the popular retro yellow and white with which it was first introduced, there are now a few Sky Blue and White options to choose from. These colors add a nice clean look to the set and are probably less flashy than the initial version.
The New Generation of Yamaha E-Wine Will reach dealers later this month while retaining the price of the first generation, For now, hopes remain that it will eventually arrive in Europe, as Yamaha applied to register its e-Vino’s design at the European Patent Office in 2018, bringing its arrival to the Old Continent closer .