While Yamaha Civante is designed to ride around the city, the new Yamaha YDX Moro, presented this week, is designed to drive on uneven terrain, adapting to the conditions of each terrain through its double suspension system.
In addition, this electric bicycle also stands out for incorporating a removable 500 Wh battery, which allows it to be conveniently charged anywhere, or even the possibility of carrying several additional batteries if necessary.
It also has an engine of its own manufacture, belonging to the PWSeries, although the company has not specified its characteristics, it is thought that it is the same engine as the one integrated in the Yamaha Civante, which in any case has five modes operating: Eco, Standard, High, new MTB and EXPW mode.
A series of sensors will take into account both the speed and the pedaling cadence and the angle of inclination to assist the rider through the automatic mode that he can activate on the same handlebar.
And as the central axis is its patented frame system, which houses two redesigned side members, the upper and the lower, which in turn are divided into two parts. The upper stringer serves as an anchoring system, while the lower stringer serves to house the battery.
At the moment there are many specifications that remain to be known, since at the moment the company has shared little information about it, as well as the price and the markets where the company plans its launch. The launch of a Pro version is also planned, for which the price and release date are also not known.
Therefore, it will be necessary to wait for the company to present all the characteristics together with prices and markets, so that the interested parties can make their plans, although it is expected that the price will not be below 5,000 euros, given its benefits.
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