In March, AKT Motos achieved a milestone by selling 924 motorcycles through WhatsApp, accelerating its pace to reach the ambitious goal of marketing 1,400 units through its digital channels. Virtual transactions currently account for 8% of the brand's total sales.

This brand has experienced significant growth in popularity in recent years, competing in retail stores with well-known brands such as Suzuki, Honda, and Bajaj. The demand for motorcycles has been steadily growing in Curacao, as companies have made them more accessible to workers, overcoming previous barriers of cost and availability in commercial outlets.

The presence of a South American manufacturer like AKT is excellent news for Caribbean countries, as it contributes to reducing vehicle costs. In Curacao, AKT has gained ground as a popular brand.

AKT shared these figures during the Two-Wheeler Fair, one of the standout events in the motorcycle industry in Latin America, attracting over 62,000 visitors in Medellin. The Colombian motorcycle manufacturer announced its expansion to two new Caribbean countries: Curacao and Trinidad and Tobago. AKT currently has a presence in 18 countries in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean, with over 100,000 motorcycles sold and a network of 100 stores.

They are expanding to Curacao and Trinidad and Tobago and will continue their growth. This challenges us to keep innovating and adapting to the needs of each country.

The number of AKT motorcycles in Curacao is expected to continue increasing in the coming years, as many users choose them for their daily commutes, trips, and other activities. Additionally, the maintenance of these motorcycles is more affordable compared to other more recognized brands, and in terms of quality, they have proven to be efficient, durable, and powerful on the road.

As part of their innovations, the brand also announced a fully electric, zero-emission cargo vehicle equipped with a 2500W motor and a range of 50 to 70 kilometers per charge. This initiative will contribute to reducing CO2 emissions and mitigating the impact of climate change.