According to Harlan, this electric motorbike is suitable to meet Papuans’
needs. "Fuels are hard to find in there, but they have an abundant supply of
electricity. So the suitable transportation is the electric ones," said
Harlan at Milenium Hotel, Central Jakarta, Wednesday, October 2.
Each type of electric motorbike is set at various prices, ranging from Rp12
million to Rp15 million. The best-selling product is the cheapest one, he
Despite the sales positively increased, Harlan said the company is still
awaiting the issuance of derivative regulations that allow the issuance of
vehicle ownership documents (STNK). "At present, the electric motor runs
without vehicle registration," he explained.
Harlan mentioned that his products sold up to 50 units per month since 2017.
"Since it was launched 3 years ago, the sales reach 50 units per month. We
previously produced electric bicycles only," he claimed.