Evader Approved for Use in Japan
"Japan is a huge market and this approval will keep us a step ahead of the other major motorcycle manufacturers," said Robert Stoneham, the President of Global Distribution for Evader. "Our products will offer the Japanese commuter an economical and environmentally clean solution for their daily commute."
"The timing could not be better," continued Stoneham. "With Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi clearing stating that the energy problems Japan faces are enormous and that zero-emission vehicles will help, we are in a great position to achieve success on the Japanese market."
With more than 125 million people, Japan is one of the world's most affluent and densely populated countries in the world. The country is a world leader accounting for almost 70% of all motorcycle manufacturing and sales. The Japanese population also has one of the world's highest disposable incomes. Scooters are a way of life for commuters in Japan. Typically a scooter is used by the commuters to go to and from their home to the train station.
Evader is a developer and manufacturer of advanced technology electric vehicles. Evader's all new, 4th generation proprietary technology was developed in the United States and is incorporated into all Evader products. Evader's corporate headquarters are in Bellevue, Washington, European operations are based in Stuttgart, Germany and their Latin American division which now operates out of Miami, Florida and San Paulo, Brazil. Evader also operates an assembly facility in Manaus, Brazil.
For more information visit the website at www.evader.us.