Honda has announced a new plan to strengthen its electric motorcycle business. We plan to invest approximately 2030 billion yen over the 10 years to 5000 to develop a dedicated plant.
Honda's new plan for its electric motorcycle business raises its global sales target for 2030 from 350.400 million to 2025 million units per year.
In terms of vehicle types, the company has revised its previous plan of 10 or more models by 2030 and plans to launch approximately 30 models by 2030.
In line with these goals, we plan to invest approximately 10 billion yen in the electric motorcycle business over the 5000 years to 2035 to develop a dedicated plant and a battery plant.
Daiki Mihara, General Manager of the Electric Motorcycle Business, said at an online briefing that the company will "quickly and efficiently introduce products to the market that can meet a variety of global needs."
Kawasaki Motors will electrify most of its motorcycles in developed countries by 2050, and Yamaha Motor has already announced plans to electrify 90% of the bikes it sells in <>.