2014 Yamaha PED1 Hybrid Concept Full Specs
The off-road equivalent to Yamaha’s electric Yamaha PES1 concept street two wheele, the Yamaha PED1 Hybrid concept is the second electric powered motorcycle notion that Yamaha proposes to debut at the 2013 Tokyo engine display. Like its on-road sibling, the PED1 Concept Hybrid Features a monocoque chassis, along with a DC brushless engine, automatic/manual transmission, and a swappable lithium-ion electric battery bag.
The core of the Yamaha PED1 Hybrid Concept appears to be precisely the same as the Yamaha PES1, which one could effortlessly be chalked up to a Yamaha designer reusing renders for each bike. although, the repurposing of the core constituents showcases a powerful element of electric vehicles: their proficiency to use really modular concepts.
Features Yamaha PED1 Hybrid Concept 2014
With Yamaha able to “tune” the electric powered powered drive system by software for each travelling submission, it is programs, not hardware, that is the major distinction between electric motorcycle forms. Simply bolting on the befitting suspension parts, wheels, and chair and Yamaha can take a PES1 and turn it into a Yamaha PED1 Hybrid Concept 2014 if the right programs is engaged.
One of the less-talked-about features of electric vehicles is the alleviate of which an OEM can build out its form line with these modular designs, which also occurs to offer dramatically less cost obligations. apparently Yamaha is onto this concept, which could help speed-up the company’s entry into the electric powered powered powered motorcycle space.
Full Specifications of the Yamaha PED1 Hybrid Concept 2014:
|2014 Yamaha PED1 Hybrid Concept Specifications|
|Length×Width×Height||1,900 mm×758 mm×1,205 mm|
|Motor type||DC brushless motor|
|Transmission||Switchable between manual and automatic|
|Vehicle weight||Under 85 kg|