Zero Motorcycles, the American electric motorbike brand, has just revealed the SR-X, a concept bike inspired by the SR/S performance model. The SR-X draws on the designs of street fighter and naked motorbikes reminiscent of the Triumph TE-1 and Davinci DC100 and takes a unique twist on two classic styles.
Zero Motorcycles’ ‘Design the Future’ programme is responsible for this new concept bringing together the best of the industry’s designers and engineers to create innovative e-motorbikes that push the boundaries of what’s possible in the world of electric motorbikes.
Zero, a California-based manufacturer is blazing the way for the next generation of electric motorcycles. Zero and Huge-Design collaborated to bring a sleek, sporty look and exceptional performance to the table with the company’s newest concept the SR-X.
The SR-X has a futuristic and aggressive stance giving it the appearance of a Mission Impossible movie bike. Anyone seeking a powerful electric motorcycle is sure to be impressed with the Zero SR-X’s clean lines and high performance making it a hit.
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Zero SR-X combines electric power and performance boasting a 110 horsepower engine and 190 Nm of torque and delivering an impressive ride for fans of electric motorcycles. Riders can expect a significant amount of range from this concept with its 17.3 kWh lithium-ion battery.
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Zero’s teaser video gives us a glimpse of what the future of electric motorcycles could look like and it certainly presents an impressive prospect. Although it remains uncertain whether the SR-X will make it to production the idea is certainly thrilling.