April 29th, 2024.

Yamaha Motor Europe in collaboration with Quaddy SRL has announced the launch of a new vehicle to its line-up, the UMQ. The new model, based on the popular UMX has been adapted and approved for use on public roads. This addition to the portfolio aims to serve a wider audience more effectively, allowing for more use of electrified vehicles in the utility space.

The UMQ comes in two model variants: the UMQ-L (Quadricycle) and UMQ-T (Tractor), each tailored to meet specific regulatory and application needs. The UMQ is capable of 31km\h from its powerful 5.0 kW electric motor whilst still offering a quiet and environmentally friendly option for users. Other features include an aluminium tipping cargo bed with one-touch tailgate, two separate seats with a centre console, a 29-litre front storage box, 22” tyres with off road thread profile and a skid plate for non-extreme off-road situations.

Ton Van Geenhuizen, Division Manager for Recreational Vehicles and eBikes at Yamaha Motor Europe said: “Yamaha Motor Europe and homologation specialist Quaddy have been working together successfully for the last decade, and now we are adding a new chapter to our collaboration. Giving our versatile electric UMX access to public roads in the form of the new UMQ, answers to the demand of the market and allows wider audiences to use its unique and reliable working capabilities in silence and with comfort.

Continuing upon a strong 10-year partnership, while the UMQ is not a Yamaha-branded product Yamaha and Quaddy have developed this solution together which has transformed the existing UMX AC model into a road-legal vehicle making it suitable for a vast range of tasks and situations.

To find out more about the new UMQ visit the Yamaha Motor Europe website HERE.
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