Ayala and Zero Motorcycles partnered to build e-motorcycles here in the PH

American electric motorcycle manufacturer, Zero Motorcycles, has recently forged an alliance with the Philippines’ Ayala Corporation for the production of its various e-motorcycle models and sub-assemblies.

Under the partnership, various models of Zero Motorcycles will be assembled in Ayala Corporation’s Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc. (IMI) facility in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.

Zero electric motorcycles soon built in Ayala’s IMI in Laguna image

“IMI is excited to partner with Zero Motorcycles and help bring their innovative electric motorcycles to the world. This collaboration aligns with our commitment to supporting companies in their growth and sustainability efforts while providing high-quality manufacturing services,” says IMI CEO, Art Tan.

The start of production is expected to begin as early as Q2 of this year, utilizing IMI’s current capability in assembling motorcycles. The modular assemblies and complete motorcycles supplied by IMI will be delivered to Zero’s customers and dealers globally, with a primary focus on the European and Asian markets.

“We are thrilled to partner with IMI and bring their expertise in electronics manufacturing and motorcycle assembly to the Zero Motorcycles lineup of products,” said Zero Motorcycles CEO, Sam Paschel.

Zero Motorcycles

Zero Motorcycles was founded in 2006 by former NASA engineer, Neal Saiki, in Santa Cruz, California. Designed and crafted by hand in California, Zero Motorcycles combines Silicon Valley technology with traditional motorcycle soul to elevate the motorcycling experience for intelligent, innovative riders around the world. Recent annual sales exceed USD 60 million.