2016 Victory Motorcycles Empulse TT

Jul 30, 2015

Category: Rides

Victory Motorcycles is “under new management” so to speak, and now that they’ve come out the other end of an acquisition by Polaris a few years ago, they’re ready to re-debut their Empulse line of electric motorcycles with a few minor changes.

The Empulse TT now has an increased driving range of 140 miles per charge, so riders are able to travel for an extended period of time before needing to recharge. The Empulse TT also now hits a top speed of 100 mph, with the engine producing 54 horsepower and 61 lb-ft of torque. Once the battery dies, the bike will charge to 100% in just 3.5 hours, thanks to its Level II charging system. What’s immediately noticeable about the Empulse is its aggressive look, which isn’t typical of electric motorcycles. Victory Motorcycles will bring the studly bike to showrooms later this year for $20,000. [Purchase]

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