Zero SR/F Electric Motorcycle Revealed, Gets a Top Speed of Almost 200 Km/hr
Both the premium and standard builds of the SR/F have a top speed of 124mph -- the fastest top speed in the Zero Motorcycles portfolio -- and a peak torque value of 140 ft-lbs.
Zero Motorcycles has unveiled the 2020 SR/F electric motorcycle. (Image: AFP Relaxnews)
The main and only difference between the trims (apart from the heated grips) is the charger type; the Premium build fully charges two hours faster than the standard at just two and a half hours. This stronger battery adds just a little more weight to the bike, but only about 13 pounds. Each has a combined range of 123 miles when going 55 mph in the city and 82 miles when averaging 70 mph.
Welcome to Effortless Power. The Zero SR/F is the most innovative, smartest and most powerful motorcycle the brand has ever created, setting a new standard for premium electric performance.#EffortlessPower #ZeroSRF— Zero Motorcycles (@ZeroMC) February 25, 2019
The model has further been dressed up with a Cypher III customizable dash that "allow[s] rider and motorcycle to communicate critical information anytime, anywhere." The 5-inch LCD screen can display information like multi-mode navigation, cruise control, and even heated-grip control. Additionally, the motorcycle, thanks to its connection with cellular networks, can send information including bike status and location straight to a smartphone via the complementary mobile app.
The extra power that the premium build adds to the SR/F tacks $2,000 onto the MSRP bringing the total up to $20,995 from $18,995. Both models have an optional rapid charge system available for an extra $2,300 which brings the charge time down to 1.5 hours for the premium trim and 1.8 hours for the standard trim.
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