Gogoro recently reported a healthy increase in electric scooter sales last month, thanks to the rollout of its VIVA MIX series and the renewal of government subsidies.
The company sold 5,945 units, up from 1,107 in February.
That enabled Gogoro to secure an 8.4% share of Taiwan's overall scooter market, up from 2.6% a month earlier.
During the first three months of this year, accumulated sales reached 8,119 units, the company said.
Gogoro continued to dominate the local electric scooter market, seizing a 79.9% market share in the first quarter.
Together with electric scooters made by Yamaha Motor, Aeon Motor, Motive Power Industry, Suzuki Motor Corp and Kwang Yang Motor, overall electric scooter sales in Taiwan plunged 48.27% to 10,159 units last quarter from 19,637 units a year earlier, industry data showed.
Electric scooters accounted for about 6.1% of the nation's scooter sales last quarter.
Scooter sales in Taiwan contracted 5.29% to 70,550 units last month from 74,493 units a year earlier, but last month's figure grew 63% from February's 43,300 units.
In the first quarter, scooter sales shrank 10.88% to 166,317 units from 186,617 units a year earlier, data showed.
In the first quarter, Kwang Yang, the nation's biggest scooter maker, saw its sales drop 8.71% to 55,194 units, or a market share of 33.2%.
Sanyang Motor was second with 45,447 units sold, a decline of 11.69% from a year earlier, or a market share of 27.3%.
Yamaha ranked third with sales of 43,569 units, up 2.38% annually. The company was the only scooter maker among the top three that increased sales last quarter.