Okinawa showcases prototype OKI 100 motorcycle at Auto Expo 2018

Okinawa showcases prototype OKI 100 motorcycle at Auto Expo 2018

7th Feb 2018 4:29 pm

Prototype OKI 100 has a claimed top speed of 100kph and a range of 150km per charge. Li-ion-battery-powered Okinawa Ridge also on display.

Okinawa Autotech has showcased its prototype OKI 100 motorcycle and the latest lithium-ion battery-powered version of the Ridge scooter at the Auto Expo 2018. The OKI 100 features a lithium-ion 72V 63Ah battery and is said to have a top speed of 100kph.

The motorcycle’s design appears to be heavily influenced by Ducati’s Monster, with the tank, headlight and seat looking very similar. This prototype has a claimed output of 2,500W. The OKI 100 is belt-driven and has a claimed range of 150km on a single charge. It takes two hours for the battery to reach a full charge. Okinawa is expected to launch this motorcycle by the end of 2018. 

The company has also on display the latest version of the Ridge e-scooter which features a detachable lithium-ion battery which the company claims will deliver an improved range and performance. It can achieve a claimed top speed of 55kph and has a power output of 800W.

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