A total of 1,452 units, here are the number and brands of electric vehicles used at the G20 Summit in Bali

JABARNEWS JAKARTA – The G20 Summit in Bali is only a few days away. A number of related parties have already made preparations. Including the police who will be deployed to secure this international-class moment.

The G20 Summit is believed to be a momentum for the development of electric cars in Indonesia. To support the event, which was attended by 20 countries, the government has prepared a number of electric vehicles. Both official vehicles for state leaders and delegates.

A number of electric vehicles have been prepared as official vehicles to accommodate state leaders and delegates during the event.

A total of 1,452 units of electric vehicles have been prepared for the implementation of the G20 Indonesia Summit in Bali. Because the vehicle used is an electric car, of course what is used is the latest output. Here are the details of the electric vehicles used at the G20 Summit in Bali as quoted from lama setkab.go.id:

  • 962 electric car
  • 454 electric motor
  • 36 electric buses

In addition, in terms of brands, there are at least 6 brands of electric vehicles that take part in this big moment. Some of the electric car brands used include Ganesis G80, Lexus UX300e, Hyundai loniq, Toyota BZ4X, Hyundai loniq 5, Wuling Air EV.

G20 Summit electric vehicle
Number and brand of electric vehicles at the G20 Summit in Bali. (photo: special)

While the brands of electric motorcycles used include Zero DSR, Energica EsseEsse9+, Gesits, Honda PCX Electric.

The government has also prepared around 70 SPKLU ultra fast charcing units and 200 home charching units to be installed at the G20 Summit arena in Indonesia.

“The G20 is the beginning of the conventional process of electric cars in Indonesia. The G20 Summit, in addition to international meetings, we are also starting something new for electric cars and electric motorcycles,” said Vice President Ma’ruf Amin as quoted on the Cabinet Secretariat’s Twitter account, Sunday (6/11/2022). (red)

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