Banking on e-bikes for the next lap

Singapore electric motorcycle maker Eurosports Technologies is banking on crippling fuel subsidies and worsening air pollution in South-east Asian countries for success

The chassis concept for Eurosports Technologies’ EST-X battery-powered two-wheelers.
The chassis concept for Eurosports Technologies’ EST-X battery-powered two-wheelers. PHOTO: EUROSPORTS TECHNOLOGIES

What do state fuel subsidies have to do with a publicly listed supercar agent?

Plenty, if you ask Mr Melvin Goh, chief executive of Singapore-based Eurosports Global, which holds the Lamborghini and Alfa Romeo franchises.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 26, 2019, with the headline 'Banking on e-bikes for the next lap'. Print Edition | Subscribe