News

Kawasaki plans to go all-electric by 2035 in select markets

The Japanese firm plans to launch 10 different types of electric & hybrid electric vehicles by 2025 & go all-electric by 2035.

Kawasaki has recently announced some major plans. The company aims to launch multiple electric and hybrid electric vehicles and go all-electric in the next 14 years in select markets.

Kawasaki has said that it plans to launch 10 different types of electric and hybrid electric vehicles by 2025. The company is also looking to electrify its main models sold in markets such as Japan, Europe, the US, Canada and Australia. The transition is expected to be completed by 2035.

While Kawasaki has shared its vision of going all-electric by 2035 in specific markets, it has not yet announced an exact date by when it plans to completely eliminate petrol-powered vehicles.

Reports also suggest that Kawasaki has been working on a hydrogen-powered motorcycle. The company’s new electrification plans will not affect the development of this bike.

Source: Rideapart

 
Got BHP?