Hello, dear readers and riders! Welcome to the latest installment of our EV news roundups. This week, we’ll be taking a look at Devot Motors’ first electric motorcycle, a new moped-style e-Bike, big news from HD, and more. See anything you’d like us to cover? Please send it to stephanie@thevintagent.com. Let’s roll.

Devot Motors Unveils Its First e-Motorcycle Prototype

The Indian market is coming our way, and the Devot is one of the many possible offerings on its way. [Devot]

India’s 2023 Auto Expo ended with a bang this week with Jodhpur-based EV startup Devot Motors unveiling its first e-Motorcycle prototype. The new production-ready e-Roadster concept features neo-retro bodywork, keyless start, TFT dash, and a 12.7-horsepower motor that juices the electric runabout. The bike can reach up to 75pmh and is promised to run for 124 miles on a single charge. The new model is slated to hit the market later this year.

Bugatti’s New e-Scooter

Not the first Bugatti two-wheeler: the factory built a couple of interesting machines just after WW2. But that’s another story. [Bugatti]

Through a partnership with tech company Bytech, Bugatti recently released a luxurious, high-performance e-Scooter priced at $1,200. The new scoot features “self-repairing” tires, a 36V/15.6Ah battery, and can cover 35 miles on a single charge.

The Perfect e-Scooter for Tech Lovers

The Felo is the aggressive sports e-scooter we didn’t know we were waiting for! [Kymco]

Kymco’s partner brand Felo recently released an awesome electric scooter that’s a tech lover’s dream come true. Called the FW06, the new scoot offers superior acceleration and advanced technology. Modeled after the Kymco F9, the FW06 is available in two variants, including an 80Ah lithium-ion battery-powered model that offers 68 miles worth of range. The premium version sports an 88Ah battery with an 87-mile range.

Affordable New e-Bike Hits the Market

Made in San Diego, the Ride1Up joins the market for lightweight ebikes. [Ride1Up]

San Diego startup Ride1Up recently released a moped-style e-Bicycle that won’t break the bank. Called the Revv1, the retro-themed e-Bike features 1970s mini-bike and moped styling. The Revv1 is available in two versions that both feature 750W motors and top speeds of 28mph. The starting price for the Revv1 is $1,899 for the front-suspension model and $2,399 for the full-suspension version.

H-D Confirms It’s Going All Electric

Earlier this week, Harley-Davidson CEO Jochen Zeitz confirmed that the company has plans to make e-Motorcycles its new norm. This shouldn’t be a huge surprise given the massive success of HD’s spinoff brand, LiveWire. According to Zeitz, the transition won’t happen overnight, so internal combustion engine enthusiasts shouldn’t start panicking just yet.

EV Chargers of the Future

Earlier this week, automaker Audi revealed new EV charging cubes made from the battery modules of dismantled test vehicles. The cubes provide 72 charging points, with each cube housing 198 battery modules with additional space for 132 more. Cumulatively, the cubes store 1.58MWh of energy, with each cube providing 24 charging points and 500kWh of energy.

Vanwall to Release Electric Hatchback

The next ‘hot hatch’? Vanwall joins the frenzy for fast soccer moms. [Vanwall]

British race car maker Vanwall is planning to release an electric hatchback next year. Dubbed the Vanwall Vandervell, the new EV features throwback styling that is reminiscent of 1980s Lancia Delta Integrale rally cars. The hatch will be outfitted with 22-inch wheels, a carbon-fiber front splitter, and a rear spoiler. The Vandervell comes in two variants, churns out 580hp, and can travel up to 280 miles on a full charge.

Kawasaki Drops Tot-Sized e-Bikes for Little Riders

How cute is that? No doubt Kawasaki has its eyes on future markets: start ’em young. [Kawasaki]

Want to get your kids in on all the EV action? If so, Kawasaki’s new Elektrode electric balance bike is the perfect option. Suitable for children as young as three, the Elektrode features a 250W in-wheel brushless electric motor and three selectable speed modes with a passcode parental lock.

Meet the New Hybrid Corvette

Looks great, but will you be able to insure it? Corvettes are notorious for single-vehicle accidents…meaning owners with lead feet and little experience. Perhaps the EVette will have enough tech to prevent issues… Chevrolet]

The long-awaited hybrid ‘Vette is finally here! The 2024 Chevy Corvette E-Ray combines an electric motor with an LT2 V8. The electric motor is mounted at the front axle, allowing for 125 lb-ft of torque that feeds the front wheels. The new E-Ray pumps out 160 ponies and can go from 0 to 60 in under three seconds.



Stephanie Weaver is the EV Editor at The Vintagent, and a Philadelphia-based freelance writer. When she’s not locked to her laptop, she can be found riding horses and motorcycles.
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