Emoto Electronic Technology (Hatasu) has introduced new e-motorcycles from China as another secure, comfortable, and quality electric transportation alternative for Filipinos.
Hatasu, established in May 2022 in Wuxi, Jiangsu, the center of the electric bicycle industry in China, has established brand outlets, service platforms, and production plants overseas. The company discloses that its main business revolves around research and development and technology export of electric bicycles, motorcycles, tricycles, and their parts and accessories. The brand envisions reaching all Southeast Asian countries by 2025.
In PH with a mission
With its reputation as the best professional designer and manufacturer of electric motorcycles, Hatasu stresses that its mission has been to contribute to a greener and cleaner environment through its electric vehicles (EVs).
Hatasu has just recently opened an office in Ortigas and its first warehouse in Cainta in Rizal Province. It aims to open six secondary warehouses in the country in the next two years, anticipating the rising demand for e-motorcycles.
With its official entry into the local market, Hatasu introduces three EVs that fit the Filipino lifestyle: Kumi, Mako, and Nero.
Youthful, fashionable, practical e-motorcycles from China
Hatasu describes these three new two-wheelers as youthful, fashionable, and practical. They use 48V 20A batteries and a 350W motor.
During a presentation at the recently concluded Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit organized by the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP), it was shown that, while the two- and the three-wheeled market took a dip in 2020, hopes are high for subsequent growth. The study also stressed that Southeast Asian countries Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, and Thailand remain the main markets for two-wheelers, and the Philippines and Indonesia for three-wheelers.
Hatasu CEO Zac Huang added that the company has bigger plans for the country. “Expect the brand to be more visible in other regions in 2023, as we bring our services and products to help ease and improve the transportation issues of Filipinos.”