Zero Motorcycles has just released its latest teaser video for its upcoming SR/F – and it finally offers a bit of information about the American manufacturers new naked.
It’s the third teaser we’ve seen since Zero first announced the SR/F was on its way at the start of the year – and although the first video offered little more than a brief glimpse at the bikes front end, the second and third have helped us to learn a little more about Zero’s new electric machine.
This time around we get a better look at some of the SR/F’s components. First off, the video shows the SR/F’s 14.4 kWh battery pack configuration, and its Z-Force 75-10 motor. Next we get at a look at its J.Juan brakes – which are a little bit of a surprise, considering the speculated sporty nature of Zero’s newest machine. And finally, we get a brief look at a set of Showa forks. It’s a good start – but there’s still a lot we’d like to know about the upcoming naked machine.
According to the California-based electric motorcycle manufacturer: “More than a new model, the Zero SR/F is an entirely new platform. Zero SR/F combines cutting-edge technology with the most powerful drivetrain Zero has ever produced. The result is the most integrated, premium, and high performance electric motorcycle the company has ever created. The Zero SR/F provides an effortlessly powerful experience in the naked street bike category.”
Admittedly, that’s a fairly broad statement – and doesn’t give us all that much about what to expect. But thankfully, we don’t have too much longer to wait, with the 2019 Zero SR/F set to debut on February 25th. For more information, visit: www.zeromotorcycles.com
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