The Gogoro 3 is an electric smart scooter built in Taiwan.
The Gogoro 3 is an electric scooter supported by a battery swapping infrastructure that allows battery swapping at any charge station in under 6 seconds. It is designed and manufactured in Taiwan by Gogoro Inc. and used by commuters in urban areas.
The scooters are mass-produced by the company in Taiwan.
Patented. The manufacturer and founders own a number of patents for different features of the vehicle.
The product can be ordered from the manufacturer through their website. It is only currently available for sale in Taiwan.
As of 2020, there are ~270,000 Gogoro users
The number of people that can fit within product [Persons]
The ratio between the rates at which the last and first gears rotate
The Gogoro 3 scooter is fully electric, using Gogoro battery packs consisting of Panasonic lithium-ion 18650 energy cells. They offer a range of 170 km and the motor power is 6 kW @ 3,000 rpm. Depleted batteries can be swapped out for fully charged ones using the Gogoro Network.
The scooter is available in different colours and has a bodyshell made of 100% recyclable Polypropylene Shield Technology. It features LED headlights, a 26.5 litre storage trunk and an 81 cm seat length for more comfort for 1 or 2 riders. It has high grip dual performance tires and a dual disc brake with a Synchronised Braking System.
Professional vehicle maintenance service is available at Gogoro Service Centers. Roadside Assistance crew is also available 24/7.
It uses mainly standard parts that are readily available at low cost in most countries.
The manufacturer aims to produce a zero emissions vehicle and charging infrastructure for urban mobility thereby cutting carbon dioxide emissions.
Testing performed by the manufacturer.
Safety guidelines for using the scooter are provided on the manufacturer’s website.
The electric scooters are powered by an electric charge station network where users can go and swap depleted batteries for fully-charged batteries.
Huang, F. H., 2018, “Measuring User Experience of Using Battery Swapping Station,” Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Vol. 607.
Huang, F. H., 2019, “Understanding user acceptance of battery swapping service of sustainable transport: An empirical study of a battery swap station for electric scooters, Taiwan,” International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 14, pp. 1-14.
Hsieh, P. Y, et. al, 2018, “Influences and uncertainty of battery-swapping electric scooters on energy system in Taiwan,” Energy Procedia, 153, pp. 95-100.
The vehicle complies with regulations in Taiwan where they are currently operating.
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