The renowned Chinese e-bike manufacturer, Yadea, has introduced its T5 electric scooter in Pakistan, setting a new standard for the price-to-performance, or in this case, the price-to-features ratio.
Boasting state-of-the-art features, the Yadea T5 electric scooter aims to transform the commuting experience in Pakistan by offering regenerative braking, a feature that enhances energy efficiency by converting kinetic energy to electric power.
The Yadea T5 electric scooter is built on the TTFAR technology, which enhances the EV’s performance. The 72V 26Ah Graphene battery, a key component of TTFAR helps power the scooter to reach speeds of up to 50 km/h with a range of 105 km on a single charge.
Furthermore, the electric scooter is probably on the most efficient options on the market as it consumes only 2.5 units of electricity for a full charge.
The TTFAR technology comprises several components, including:
- Graphene battery
- Energy-retrieving controller
- Energy monitoring dashboard
- Low wind-resistance design body
- High-efficiency motor
- Rolling-resistance tires
- Low-loss cables
What is Regenerative Braking?
Yadea T5 electric scooter introduces Regenerative Braking in Pakistan, a feature that enhances energy efficiency by converting kinetic energy into electric power during deceleration. This marks a significant step forward in promoting sustainable and green urban mobility in Pakistan.
Yadea T5 Electric Scooter Price in Pakistan
The price of the Yadea T5 electric scooter in Pakistan is Rs. 245,000, which makes it one of the most feature-rich EV scooty at the given price. It actually makes the electric scooter cheaper than some already available options in the automotive market.
Moreover, the electric scooter comes with 18 months of warranty.
Yadea Flagship Store
The company has opened up its first flagship store in Lahore’s Johar Town with Road Prince CEO, Tanveer Ahmed, and Yadea Regional Business Head, Mr. Alex, in attendance amongst other people.
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