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台灣山葉 Yamaha 在 2019 年 8 月時,推出採用 Gogoro 換電系統架構的 EC-05 電動機車,正式成為 PBGN 聯盟成員之一,不過一直僅在台灣販售,而未踏出海外市場。近期外媒發現,Yamaha 在歐盟的智慧財產局網站裡,註冊 EC-05 以及另一款 E01 電動車,引發外媒討論。

EC-05,是台灣車迷最為熟悉,以 Gogoro 市售車款為架構,由 Yamaha 進行設計,採用 GoStation 換電站,並已 YAMAHA 的品牌委託 Gogoro 生產,不過目前僅在台灣山葉的銷售通路販售。

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Yamaha EC-05 目前僅在台灣販售,採用 Gogoro 的換電系統。(圖片來源:Yamaha)

EC-05 在歐盟智慧財產局網站裡的註冊資料。(圖片來源:擷取自歐盟智慧財產局網頁)

Yamaha 的 E01,是一款造型與 SMAX、Force 相似電動機車,為 125 等級,在 2019 年的東京車展上,E01 首度亮相,為充電式設計,充電孔在車頭前方。

Yamaha E01 造型類似 SMAX,不過動力為 125 等級的電動機車,為充電式設計。(圖片來源:Yamaha)

也因此當外媒發現歐盟的智慧財產局網站,出現 EC-05 與 E01 的註冊資訊,一款為充電式,一款為換電式,引發外媒聯想 Yamaha 打算以充電加換電方式,雙管齊下進入歐洲市場。

由於 EC-05 必須在有 Gogoro 的 GoStation 換電站提供的情況下,才能進行換電,若 EC-05 進軍歐洲,也可讓人有著 Gogoro 換電站跟進入歐洲的期待,然而歐洲不比台灣,幅員遼闊的情況下,無法像在台灣密集設置換電站,是否會採用在市區換電的方式,未來仍須待 Yamaha 與 Gogoro 宣布接下來的計畫。 

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The 55-acre test site is just the latest wing of GM’s Canadian Technical Center, joining campuses in Markham, Ontario and its Kapuskasing Proving Grounds in northern Ontario.

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