Gogoro 2 is a smart scooter built by a Taiwanese startup (Gogoro) a subsidiary of HTC designed to carry two passengers.
The Gogoro 2 is an electric scooter supported by a battery swapping infrastructure that allows battery swapping at any charge station in under 6 seconds. It is used by commuters in urban areas, currently only for sale in Taiwan but can be rented in Berlin and Paris. The product is designed by Gogoro Inc.
Countries; Taiwan, Berlin, Paris
Licensed commuters in urban areas
The scooters are mass produced by the organisation in Taiwan.
Patent protected. The organisation and founders own a number of patents for different features of the vehicle.
The product is obtained by making an order with the manufacturer through their website. It is only currently available for sale in Taiwan.
The number of people that can fit within product [Persons]
The ratio between the rates at which the last and first gears rotate
Specifications: The Gogoro 2 scooter is capable of going from zero to 50 kph in 0.42 seconds. It’s maximum speed is 95 kph. The 6.4 kw G1 permanent magnet synchronous motor is capable of driving 8.5 horsepower at 3250 rpm and the vehicle can travel up to 100 km on a single charge while traveling at an average speed of 40 kph The scooter trunk has a volume of 24.5 L.
Provided by a trained general technician with knowledge of electric power-trains. Interview with Manufacturer
Available from the manufacturer in Taiwan.Interview with Manufacturer
The manufacturer aims to produce a zero emissions vehicle and charging infrastructure for urban mobility thereby cutting carbon dioxide emissions. The company website features a live counter for the number of tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions avoided by use of the Gogoro scooter
The electric scooters are powered by an electric charge station network comprising 412 stations in Taipei, Taiwan where users can go and swap depleted batteries for fully-charged batteries.
Measuring User Experience of Using Battery Swapping Station by Fei-Hui Huang, Arrangement of Battery Exchange Station for Electric Scooters – A Case Study of Gogoro by Weng,Gang-Hung
The vehicle complies with regulations in Taiwan and Europe, where they are currently operating.
Roll out of the scooters in Amsterdam has not happened as the company had originally announced.
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