Though an electric motorcycle is not for everyone, there certainly are plenty of reasons to consider the switch. Aside from the futuristic aesthetics, electric motorcycles bring plenty to the table to rival petrol-powered vehicles.
For starters, you can count on an electric motorcycle to save you money.
Perhaps the biggest benefit of any electric motorcycle comes from its economic value. Using electricity to power the vehicle saves a substantial amount of money, as opposed to topping up petrol for a traditional motorcycle.
Assuming an average travel distance of 50km per day, equating to 1,400 km per month, alongside the average petrol costs in Italy, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore, along with an average mileage of 4.4 litres of petrol per 100 km, you get the following.
|Country||Average Cost of a Petrol-Powered Motorcycle per Month||Average Cost of Charging the UNO-X per Month||Price Difference per Month / Cost Savings||Price Difference per Year / Cost Savings|
|Italy||$ 161.40||$ 4.52||$ 156.88||$ 1882.56|
|Hong Kong||$ 161.40||$ 3.00||$ 158.40||$ 1900.8|
|Malaysia||$ 28.34||$ 1.20||$ 27.14||$ 325.68|
|Thailand||$ 18.74||$ 3.55||$ 15.19||$ 182.28|
|Singapore||$ 33.53||$ 10.44||$ 23.09||$ 277.08|
In Italy, you would be saving an average of US$1882.56 a year by making the switch from petrol to electricity! In fact, no matter where you are located, the amount you save is bound to be astonishing!
Electric motorcycles are better for the environment.
In this generation, being environmentally conscious is no longer an option, but a priority. Electricity-powered vehicles have been the eventual solution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions on the road. For riders, electric motorcycles will be the same.
Iso Motorcycles UNO-X is 100% powered by electricity, significantly reducing CO2 emissions, and preserving oil reserves. Petrol stations will be a thing of the past, and even at home, there is no need to install a specialized charging station. The Iso Motorcycles UNO-X comes with a plug that fits any standard power socket.
If you are on your way to 0-emissions by transforming your home with clean, sustainable energy, you’d also be glad to know that it is entirely possible to power an UNO-X with renewable energy sources alone.
Choose the Iso Motorcycles UNO-X, for a cleaner and better environment, and for never having to stop by a petrol station.
Electric motorcycles offer a better riding experience.
Riding a petrol-powered motorcycle is often more difficult to master. Electric motorcycles streamline the riding experience by eliminating gear shifting and excess levels of vibrations. Especially for beginners, electric motorcycles are much easier to operate: simply roll on the throttle in your right hand.
Aside from linear acceleration, the Iso Motorcycles UNO-X comes with a top-notch smart dashboard that adds to the user experience. A waterproof ultra-bright anti-glare 7-inch LED dashboard displays all vehicle information and is designed to work in all weather and lighting conditions.
And yes, as with most electric vehicles, the UNO-X also comes with a range of features available in the palm of your hand. You can turn your smartphone into your UNO-X smart key and get a live feed of battery percentage, range, and trip information. Advanced GPS live tracking is also available on the mobile application to ensure your UNO-X is secure and in position.
Electric motorcycles are better for busy city streets.
With an estimated range of 130 km for a fully charged battery, the Iso Motorcycles UNO-X offers the most practical city commute solution. The average commute time with public transport for Singaporeans mounted to 46 minutes in 2020. Between waiting, stopping, and transiting, so much time is wasted when you could have slept in for quite a few more minutes. With a full charge, an electric motorcycle can take you to your office or errands in one stop, without having to pause for petrol or wait for a delayed train.
In fact, feeling the urban wind in you face as you ride only adds to the spectacular experience. What’s not to like?