Gogoro, an electric-car maker, has cut the price of the VIVA Lite to less than $1,000
Gogoro, the Taiwanese electric-car maker, is promoting its new Viva Lite, which was launched in early January. Prices will fall by about $100 to $1,650, with local subsidies dropping from $230 to $660, depending on the city, and the new Gogoro VIVA Lite may cost less than an iPhone or $1,000.
At the same time, Gogoro also took advantage of this trend to lower the price of Gogoro VIVA Lite for a limited time and introduced the Gogoro VIVA Plus model, which enriches the Gogoro VIVA line of scooers. The minimum price for this year's replacement and replacement subsidies is only $987, which is highly competitive.
Consumers can take an electric scooter home for about $987 if they replace an old gasoline-powered scooter in Chiayi with the largest VIVA Lite subsidy
The least subsidized program is in the capital, Taipei, where new purchases cost about $1, 420. Although it is much more expensive than the lowest price, it is still a very friendly price.
In addition to price cuts, the VIVA line also has new friends VIVA Plus. In addition to the new colors "Wildberry Blue" and "Cherry Red," the plug and play "Handle USB Jack" has been added. You can charge and use navigation at the same time.
For Gogoro VIVA series, GH1 integrated aluminum wheel hub motor has been specially developed. Since the beginning of the market, consumers have been surprised by the power supply performance. The Gogoro VIVA Plus has been further optimized to increase torque to 115Nm.
Gogoro, an electric-car start-up, has grabbed market share in Taiwan with the help of government subsidies and its battery pack switching network. Battery stations can be found in many of the country's convenience stores, which cover many corners of the street.
This is how easy it is to replace a battery on Gogoro.