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The use of electric motors is now starting to get crowded, there are even locally made vehicles. What are domestically made electric motors?

By Bruce BrownPublished 2 years ago 3 min read
United T1800

The use of electric motors is now starting to get crowded, there are even locally made vehicles. What are domestically made electric motors?

Not only cars, now the use of electric motors is also very massive. Apart from being more environmentally friendly, the use of electric vehicles is also considered to be more economical. With the use of electric vehicles, users no longer need to buy fuel.

Seeing this enthusiasm, it seems as if you don't want to lose, now many Indonesian products have started. The stretching has begun to be felt, in fact, many electric vehicles have been sold in the market at affordable prices.

Original Indonesian Electric Motorcycle

The era of electric vehicles is indeed getting closer, especially when many large manufacturers are starting to produce electric vehicles. As if not to be outdone, the domestic automotive industry also makes this type of vehicle.

Another advantage of this Indonesian -made electric vehicle is the price issue. Because it is made domestically, the price of this electric motorbike is believed to be very affordable. Some of these locally made electric vehicle products are:

1. Agile Electric Motor

Talking about locally made electric motors, maybe this is the brand that you will remember the most. This is not wrong, because this manufacturer was deliberately created by the government to make electric vehicles made by local children.

The results are quite impressive, so far there have been 3 types of electric vehicles produced by this manufacturer. From Eco Mode, Urban Mode, to Sport Mode. There is no need to doubt the performance problem.

When the battery is full, this vehicle can cover a distance of up to 50 km. Charging time only takes 3-4 hours, from 0 to 100 percent.

2. Viar Q1

Another Indonesian-made electric motorbike that can also be an option is the Viar Q1 which is assembled directly in Semarang. It is also a local electric vehicle with unquestionable performance.

When the battery is fully charged, this electric vehicle will be able to cover a distance of up to 120 km. This motor itself uses 2 lithium-ion batteries with each battery having a capacity of 60 volts 23Ah.

The battery charging time is also quite fast, about 4-5 hours from empty to full. The price is also quite affordable, you can get it with prices starting from only 18 million.

3. Quest Motors Atom Alpha

Another Indonesian-made electric motor that is not inferior to foreign-made vehicles is the Atom Alpha. This is a vehicle made by Quest Motor, a local motorcycle manufacturer from Bandung.

This motor was designed and made by people who had worked at Tesla. In addition to the problem of function, what is unique about this motorbike is also the problem of its form. When compared to the others, the dimensions of this motorbike are smaller.

However, despite the small power of the Atom Alpha motor, there is no need to doubt it. When the battery is full, this bike will be able to cover a distance of 24 km. The price itself is in the range of 14 million.

4. United T1800

When compared to several previous motorcycles, perhaps this United T1800 is the readiest local electric vehicle. The performance and quality of this vehicle is almost on par with conventional motorcycles.

This motor has great power, reaching 1800 watts. The power is obtained from the use of lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 60 volts and 28 Ah. With that much power, this vehicle is capable of traveling at a speed of 70 km per hour.

With many choices, use in Indonesia may replace conventional motorcycles. The electric motor, which is considered more efficient, also offers a solution to energy problems. So, are you already interested in electric motors?

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