Electric cars are expected to become the trend of the future, amid increasing environmental pollution. European and American countries have tightened emissions regulations, prompting many automakers to launch electric vehicles in addition to traditional gasoline vehicles.
Vietnam, where motorcycles are still the main means of transportation, is not out of this trend. However, only when Vinfast opened fire opened the domestic electric motorbike market to become more vibrant and bustling than ever.
In addition to Vinfast, Pega – another domestic electric vehicle brand has just heated up the market by launching a new product, with the same name and style, similar to Honda’s SH gasoline motorbike: eSH.
At the launch and product launch shortly thereafter, the management explained: SH is the most wanted two-wheeled vehicle in Vietnam today and Pega wants to prove that Vietnamese people can create a model. Nice car, the quality is not inferior but the price is only 1/3.
The Board of Directors also did not hesitate to directly compare the advantages of eSH electric vehicles with Honda’s SH petrol motorcycle version 2020, from design, design to reducing pollution, making no noise, …
Pega eSH has a length, width, and height of 2,230 x 750 x 1,150, which is slightly higher than that of Honda SH. There is an opinion that with such a large size, the product is more suitable for men. Meanwhile, the weight of eSH up to 155 kg, heavier than the opponent that it “chew” about 21 kg.
Pega’s newly launched electric car eSH
eSH was introduced to be 34 times more economical than SH gasoline motorcycles, able to run 120km continuously without charging. Besides, while the 2020 version of Honda is priced at 90 million VND, eSH is only 1/3 cheaper.
Facing the reporter’s question whether direct comparison with other brands will cause a reaction from Honda or not, Director Doan Linh said this is a way for customers to realize the superiority of eSH and not be afraid to compete. compete with gasoline rivals.
The opponent is a gasoline car!
In a previous press conference, Mr. Doan Linh affirmed that Pega’s rival was a gasoline-powered motorbike and expressed his ambition to completely eliminate petrol motorcycles after 5 years.
With domestic brands such as Vinfast, Pega is not considered a competitor but will accompany and embark to join the “battle” with gasoline motorcycles.
The CEO, born in 1981, also said that he would not advocate building a battery charging station, because the actual battery exchange system is not convenient and incurs huge costs, increasing costs and consumers. this fee.
Pega aims to capture 5% of Vietnam’s electric vehicle market share, equivalent to 200,000 sales in 2020.