Japanese automaker Yamaha has launched an EMF scooter in Taiwan. As for what is interesting, this two-wheeled vehicle has a futuristic design and offers an NFC-enabled smart key and all-LED lights.
The name EMF stands for Electro Motive Fighter, which was developed from 3 main concepts: “Exciting”, “Strength” and “Beyond” which were then translated into the overall design.
EMF is the product of a collaboration between Yamaha and the world’s largest battery exchange network, Gogoro.
Yamaha EMF is equipped with a steel tube chassis and features an apron-mounted LED projector lamp, arrowhead-shaped mirrors, a single seat and a water bottle compartment.
The scooter features a digital LED instrument cluster, NFC-enabled smart lock, and uses 10-inch alloy wheels.
This motorbike has a seat height of 785 mm, weighs 114 kg, and is available in Light Blue, Dark Black, and Dark Green colors.
Yamaha EMF carries a motor in the middle with a power of 7.6 kW which is connected to a removable battery. This setup produces a combined output of 10.1 hp/26 Nm and allows the vehicle to accelerate from 0-50 km/h in just 3.5 seconds.
To ensure rider safety, Yamaha EMF is equipped with disc brakes on the front and rear wheels, along with a combined braking system and power mode to improve handling on the road.
Suspension duties on this two-wheeler are taken care of by telescopic forks at the front and two shock absorbers at the rear.
In Taiwan, the Yamaha EMF electric scooter is priced at NT$99,800.