Electric Kawasaki Ninja 400 lit up in patentsApril 22, 2019
In the new Kawasaki patent, the electric version of the Kawasaki Ninja 400 was lit. The application for patent registration was filed in 2013, and was published recently. The patent describes an electric motorcycle.
The motorcycle opens on the left side to access internal components, including batteries, which can be removed and replaced. The essence of the concept is that “refueling” is performed by replacing discharged batteries with charged ones, rather than standing for hours at the outlet, although this option also has a right to exist.
Of course, the electric drive does not require the same maintenance as an internal combustion engine, so access to the other components does not matter much.
As we have already written, large Japanese manufacturers have created a consortium to develop electrical technologies in one direction from the point of view of standards, charging stations and other points.
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