Gogoro-Powered Yamaha EC-05 Scooter Wins 2 Awards

The Yamaha EC-05 was the first scooter in the Powered By Gogoro Network program that Gogoro established to increase the adoption of sustainable urban transportation.

Gogoro, a technology leader transforming how innovation is accelerating the shift to sustainable urban mobility, announced the Yamaha EC-05 scooter has won the Golden Pin Design Award and the German Design Award. The Yamaha EC-05 was the first scooter in the Powered By Gogoro Network program that Gogoro established to increase the adoption of sustainable urban transportation.

“Congratulations to Yamaha on receiving the Golden Pin and German Design Awards for their new EC-05 Powered By Gogoro Network scooter,” said Pass Liao, head of Gogoro Solutions, Gogoro Inc. “The Powered By Gogoro Network program was created to provide vehicle makers like Yamaha Motor with sustainable electric innovations, capabilities and a refueling system that enables them to introduce unique and sustainable vehicles.”

The Powered By Gogoro Network program provides vehicle makers with access to Gogoro’s innovations and intellectual property including its intelligent drivetrains and controllers, components and smart systems, so manufacturers like Yamaha Motor can develop and roll-out unique electric vehicles like the award-winning EC-05 that integrate with the Gogoro Network, Gogoro’s industry-leading battery swapping platform.

Link: Gogoro

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