Eco mode is aimed at reducing battery consumption and limits the machine’s top speed to 22mph.
In the middle of the handlebars sits an LED screen, which displays the electric scooter’s speed and range among other information. Riders can also connect their smartphone to the Neo using the MyRide app, allowing the phone to act as the digital display.
The new e-moped features Yamaha’s new Aqua colour, which has been developed to showcase the brands new shift to electric mobility.
Pricing for the Neo will start from £3005, and it will go on sale in May of this year.
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