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The electric motorcycle world continues to grow as the need for sustainable personal mobility continues to rise. With several tech startups across Asia and Europe popping up with two-wheeled electrification as their fortes, it’s safe to say that we are at the cusp of an electric motorcycle renaissance. With several countries across the globe imposing strict deadlines for the phase-out of gas powered vehicles in the coming decades, the death of the internal combustion engine is undoubtedly a bitter pill to swallow.
That being said, yet another startup specializing in electric two-wheelers has emerged from the shadows and dropped a teaser of a range of upcoming vehicles that’s sure to excite those with an affinity for electric motorcycles. You may have never heard of them before, but Los Angeles-based tech startup, X Mobility Motors, has been hard at work since 2018 developing their products in secret. That’s right, the company has not shared any of their final artwork when it comes to their model concepts—until now.
Established to address the growing need for high quality sustainable personal mobility, X Mobility Motors has recently released the artwork to a few of its upcoming models expected to hit the pipeline next year. Among which are a brat-style electric motorcycle dubbed the T1, a scrambler-esque machine called the T2, as well as a bunch of other electric vehicles such as scooters, mopeds, and even skateboards.
A report published on The PACK cites the company’s advancements towards their go-to-market. Gabriela Wiggers, CMO of X Mobility Motors expressed, “This is a huge milestone that we have achieved, we are launching the first 3 models in the next month, which is definitely exciting news. We sure had some delays building our prototype due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it never stopped us. i1 (e-scooter), M1 (e-skateboard), H01 (e-bike) preorder will start next month. T1 (e-motorcycle based Brat-style) and T2 (e-motorcycle based scrambler) are expected to be in the market by 2021.″
Although providing quite an exciting glimpse into what X Mobility Motors has in store for the future, these renderings are still rather obscure and we still don’t have a solid idea with regards to the actual scale of these machines, let alone their performance figures. Nonetheless, we can expect more exciting news from the folks at X Mobility in the coming months leading up to the launch of their range of electric mobility solutions.