Honda PCX Electric Scooter Patent Image Leaked- May Launch Next Year
Honda has filed an electric scooter PCX patent in India, which reveals some aspects of the patent.
A removable battery, useful to those without using an electric charge station, is presented in the patent drawings for the Honda PCX electric scooter. The rider will easily pull the battery up and screw it into a socket. Some of the electric scooters that we reviewed in the past already had this option. Although the comfort is a matter of fact, the heavy battery pack is one problem that we faced.
That said, people who have access to an EV charging plant can also recharge the PCX electric scooter battery using the given charging cord.
Driven by a 5.6hp (4.2kW) engine and with a maximum speed of 60K/h, this Honda PCX Ev is less than TVS iQube Electric’s scooter.
Two battery packs are provided for the scooter with an interval of 40 kilometers. When connected to an EV charging station, the batteries can be charged within six hours.
At the 2018 Auto Expo in India, the Honda PCX electric scooter was seen for the first time, and patents are similarly designed. It has a wide front apron with double built-in headlights and a windscreen and its side panels flow in a traditional maxi-scooter layout into the back segment.
The long-wheelbase often represents a large seat with a large board divided by a central spinning spine.
With an ABS-equipped front and rear drum brake set-up, the scooter is riding on alloy wheels. A telescopic fork and double hydraulic shock absorbers suspend the chassis.
Honda recently revealed its global two-wheeler plans in the EV category but did not include India in any particular manner. Although it may be a promising development for the patent application for the Honda PCX electric scooter in India, it is much too fast to conclude anything about its launch here.
In the electric two-wheelers in India, there is still a lot of activity brewing. The three major Indian brands on the market are Bajajs Chetak, TVS’ iQube Electric, and Ather Energy’s Ather 450X. Ola Electric, the cab aggregator, will also introduce its electric scooter and create a network for Hypercharger throughout India. In contrast, a battery-swaps network in the country will be developed by Hero MotoCorp and Taiwanese company Gogoro.