A Year to Remember: 2023 Highlights of the Year

2023 marks an incredible year for Gogoro as we continued to expand our battery swapping ecosystem globally and lead the way in accelerating sustainable cities around the world with commercial launches and new Smartscooter products. Before we move into the new year, let's take a moment to celebrate some highlights.

This year, we introduced new innovations and experiences to our riders. Key highlights of our innovations and partnership collaborations include:

Gogoro x Apple

As the world's first two-wheel vehicle maker to support Apple's digital key for ​​seamlessly unlocking and starting the Smartscooter with iPhone and Apple Watch. Additionally, we joined the Apple Find My family, enabling our riders to pinpoint the location of their Smartscooter. Whether near or far, locating your scooter is now easier than ever.

Gogoro x EnelX

Partnered with Enel X to rollout world’s first commercial deployment of over 2,500 Gogoro battery swapping stations in Enel X's Virtual Power Plant to support Taiwan's energy transition. Our battery swapping stations will balance grid imbalances, as well as provide energy back when demand is high.

Gogoro x FarEasTone

Collaborating with FarEasTone and deployed Smart Traffic Signals at nearly 200 of Taipei’s busiest intersections. Utilizing the second life of Gogoro Smart Battery and designed to eliminate interruptions through inclement weather and power outages, ensuring 24/7 traffic light operations.

2023 also marks a fruitful year for Gogoro with the launch of exciting partnership collaborations and highly anticipated new products, including:

Gogoro x MUJI - A Sustainable Collaboration

Teaming up with MUJI and Naoto Fukasawa, we launched a co-branded Smartscooter using iconic MUJI design elements with recycled PP (polypropylene) plastic to promote simplicity and sustainability.

Introduced First-ever Two-wheel SUV

Launched the Gogoro Crossover, a groundbreaking, cross-functional vehicle designed to bring versatility and comfort to the max. 

Globally, we continued our expansion, bringing battery-swapping ecosystems to cities worldwide. As of this year, the Gogoro battery-swapping network is now available in 45 cities around the world, serving 2.8 million ecosystem subscribers. Some snapshots of our global progress include:


Launched our first Indian-made Smartscooter with battery swapping network available in Delhi and Goa, with plans for expansion to more cities coming soon.


We commercially launched our Smartscooter and battery-swapping ecosystem in Manila, marking the opening of the first Gogoro Experience Center overseas.


Persist in electrifying last-mile delivery with commercially launched our services to Korean consumers. The battery swapping network has now extended to 18 cities across Korea with over 180 stations in operation.


Partnered with the market leader, Jardine Cycle & Carriage, and foodpanda to support smart electric two-wheel vehicles for last mile deliveries in line with Singapore’s Green Plan 2030. 

In documenting our progress in sustainability and ESG initiatives, we also proudly released:

Gogoro Impact Report

Highlighting our progress and plans in sustainability, commitment to safety, corporate responsibility, and social impact. 

Last but not least, as a global leader in battery swapping, we were honored to receive significant global recognition for our technology and innovations.

2023 Global Company of the Year

Awarded by Frost & Sullivan as 2023 Global Company of the Year for our leading battery swapping for E2W and GoShare as Asia-Pacific Entrepreneurial Company of the Year for mobility sharing.

MIT Technology Review Climate Tech Company To Watch 

Recognized by MIT Technology Review as one of the 15 climate tech companies to watch for our innovation in addressing the urban transportation and energy challenges of the world’s most densely populated cities.

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