1st LTO-registered electric motorbike arrives in Cebu

Electric motorbike
Electric motorbike

A new year means a new opportunity for Mikh Manglapus, owner of VMOTO Super Soco, as he extends his innovation of advanced motorbikes by launching his newest branch on Jan. 13 at Unit 1, Dona Carmen Bldg., Banilad, Cebu City.

Together with his fiancé, Nacey Li, they worked hard together to push through the boundaries in pursuing their dreams.

For Cebu, this is going to be a huge head start toward the advancement of automobiles as VMOTO Super Soco is the first ever LTO-registered electric-motorbike with eight different models.

VMOTO Super Soco started its grounds in 2018 in Manila, and by 2019, it already made a huge hit toward the dealership’s foundation as it sparked a lot of motorbike enthusiasts. By 2020 to 2021, there were already up to 60 to 70 units running around the streets of Manila as motorbikes also started to rise in popularity.

VMOTO Super Soco’s motorbikes are both of technology and style fused into one electric-powered machinery as it has an exceptional feature that makes it stand out from the rest of your typical-diesel fueled bikes.

“First of all, for those who are die-hard to make the environment better, these are eco-friendly because they don’t produce smoke and the gas. We want to bring the eco-friendly lifestyle from Manila, in which Cebu is very far behind,” Mikh said, as he wants to promote a better change in the environment both for motorbike dealerships and its consumers.

The brand also offers a wide selection of choices that would surely benefit one’s daily needs or your personal preference of style in riding.

Popular models include its CUX scooter, Café Racers and sporty bikes from TC, the TSX and the TC Max that would cost P237,999.

After years of successful progression, VMOTO Super Soco already has four branches in the country since its launch in 2018.


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