In the future, the New Zealand Army has an electric motorbike that can be raced through the hills
The New Zealand Army has begun testing an electric motorcycle for use in reconnaissance, surveillance and other combat missions due to its small size, light weight, fast speed, strong capability and flexibility in modern warfare.
The New Zealand army will test the electric scooter in a variety of terrain environments to assess its suitability, so its tyres will be off-road patterned, which will increase the contact pressure and allow it to adapt to muddy, sandy roads, rough terrain and other complex terrain.
Electric motorcycle technology has changed dramatically over the past few years, with dramatic improvements in power and endurance, as well as features such as being silent, not emitting exhaust or heat.
Available in multipurpose and portable versions, the electric scooter was originally developed for off-road use but was so successful that the New Zealand army immediately saw its military applications.
The maintenance of this electric motorcycle is very convenient, as long as ordinary people know a little basic knowledge can quickly solve the problem, so as to facilitate soldiers timely troubleshooting.
In war it can be transported in transport planes and helicopters or parachuted behind enemy lines.
Figures for the electric scooter have not yet been made public.