Suzuki has revealed its new Suzuki e-Burgman electric scooter, which will soon be available in India. The e-Burgman has already been spotted being tested in India, and it boasts swappable battery technology.
- The scooter features swappable battery technology
- The e-Burgman can travel up to 44km on a flat surface at 60kmph
- It is expected to be 36kg heavier than the previous ICE model available in India
Suzuki claims that the electric scooter can cover 44km on a flat surface when traveling at 60kmph. The e-Burgman is expected to be 36kg heavier than the previous ICE model available in India. Upon its release, the Suzuki e-Burgman will compete with the TVS iQube and Bajaj Chetak.
Suzuki e-Burgman electric scooter Specifications
|Motor type||AC synchronous electric motor|
|Power output||5.36 BHP|
|Torque output||18 Nm|
|Range||Up to 44km on flat surface at 60kmph|
|Battery swapping capability||Yes, at Honda Mobile Power Pack e: stations|
|Weight||147 kg (36kg heavier than ICE model)|
Note: BHP stands for brake horsepower, and Nm stands for Newton meters.
The Suzuki e-Burgman electric scooter looks similar to its ICE-powered sibling and measures 1,825 mm in length, 765 mm in width, and 1,140 mm in height. It weighs 147 kg, which is 36kg heavier than the outgoing Suzuki Burgman Street EX ICE-powered scooter.
The Suzuki e-Burgman electric scooter is powered by an AC synchronous electric motor that can produce a peak power output of 5.36 BHP and a peak torque output of 18 Nm.
The scooter uses a lithium-ion battery pack, and Suzuki claims that it can travel up to 44km on a single charge when riding on flat terrain at 60kmph.
However, the scooter’s real-world range may be higher as Indian cities and towns typically have lower average speeds, and brake energy regeneration can help recover some of the lost range.
In addition to its impressive performance, the Suzuki e-Burgman electric scooter is also compatible with swapping batteries at Honda Mobile Power Pack e: swapping stations.
This feature may be useful for prospective buyers as Honda continues to expand its EV presence in India. Currently, the electric scooter is undergoing testing in the Jonan area of Tokyo until June 2023, but there is no word yet on when it will be officially launched.
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