Honda Striemo, a 3-wheel electric scooter with automatic balance, can run a distance of 30 km, will be sold at the end of this year, the price is almost 70 thousand baht.

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In this era of expensive oil Called to be affected by all the drivers and motorcyclists…Honda Seeing this, let’s launch an alternative vehicle like an electric scooter! by this scooter is named Honda Striemo It is a 3-wheel electric scooter (1 front wheel, 2 rear wheels). White-black tone looks futuristic and can be folded for easier movement. It is also easy to ride and is safe thanks to the automatic stabilization system.

Striemo, one of Honda’s start-ups, has released an electric scooter of the same name, the Honda Striemo. Make it easy and safe to ride, not afraid of falling even when riding at low speeds.

Riding slowly, turning like this will not fall.

The system also improves stability when riding on uneven roads. According to Striemo, 80% of all accidents occur on these scooters. from the condition of the road surface

You can stand without holding your hands.

The Honda Striemo has 3 modes to choose from. It can do a top speed of 25 km / h, has a battery that can run a maximum distance of 30 km, and takes from 0-100% to charge within 3.5 hours. Size 1,090 x 480 x 1,180 cm. Total weight 20 kg. (it can be heavy…) Can support weight 120 kg.

in japan An electric scooter like this is considered a type of electric motorcycle. which is required to have a driver’s license + must wear a helmet And there is also a rule prohibiting riding on the sidewalk.

The Honda Striemo is now available for pre-orders in Japan. and will begin selling at the end of the year priced at 260,000 yen or about 68,000 baht It will begin selling in the Americas and Europe in 2023 as well.

Source: Striemo, Honda

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