Electric Motorcycle manufacturer Zero has announced 2022 will see updates to its SR range from the standard S, flagship SR/F roadster and the newer SR/S sportsbike.
For 2022, both models will have a standard 14.4kW battery with 140ft-Ib of torque, 110hp, and the option of upgrading to a 15.6kW battery which gives a range of around 169 miles ‘stop-starting’ around town and 80 miles out on the open road. It comes with a 6W integral charger meaning you can charge from empty to full in under 3 hours. That said, it’s unlikely you’ll be ‘empty’ so the three hours is kind of ‘worse case scenario’. Also, upgrades (see below) can bring charging times down to just 60 minutes (to 95%).
Zero comes with its own ‘operating system’ – named Cypher III+ – which gives the 17.3kW battery option a range of up to 187 miles around town, plus the top of the range 20.9kW Power Tank option, which raises it further to 227 miles.
Now you can fettle at the touch of a button, too. With payable upgrades through the App. you can tweak to your hearts content and get the motorcycle running just how you want it. You can add 15-50% in terms of performance and there are packs which can add range or faster charging. The Cypher store awaits!
Prices for the base Zero S come in at £14,410, £19,590 for the SR/S and £20,990 for the SR/F. The bikes come with a 5-year Warranty, too.
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