Suzuki’s Upcoming Electric Scooter Will Be Equipped With Chain Drive System And Long Range, Patent Leaked

Automobile company Suzuki is all set to launch its electric scooter in India in the coming years. The scooter is being built on the lines of the existing non-electric petrol Suzuki Burgman Street 125 and has been spotted several times during road testing over the years. Now, the patent of this electric scooter has been leaked, which gives information about the design of this upcoming electric scooter.

Cycle World has submitted the patent drawing of this upcoming electric scooter from Suzuki. share In which some new information about the scooter is found. Looking at the images, it is known that the new electric scooter is based on the existing made-in-India Suzuki Burgman Street 125, so its design also looks very similar to it. Also, this electric scooter will come with a chain drive system instead of a belt drive system. The patent photo reveals that the electric version will have a steel frame similar to the Burgman Street 125. However, there are some changes as well.

In the new electric scooter, the electric motor has been added to the chassis and the company has used a fixed battery pack in it, which is set in a two-piece case. It turns out that the underseat storage will be affected due to this huge battery pack. It may happen that this electric scooter lacks storage space. The patent filing does not mention battery capacity, but the size of the battery suggests that the electric will be equipped with a higher range.

a recent Report It was learned in the past that Suzuki Motorcycle India’s company head Santoshi Uchida and Executive Vice President (Sales, Marketing and After Sales) Debashish Handa told that the launch of Burgman Electric is still a few years away. According to Suzuki officials, the manufacturing of the new electric scooter has been slowed down due to the high ambient temperature in our country.

One of the reasons for the delay in the arrival of the electric scooter could also be that Suzuki is still waiting for the government policy on the battery standard. All four top Japanese companies, including Honda, Yamaha and Kawasaki, have already signed an agreement to standardize swappable batteries and replacement systems for the international market.