2019 Zero FXS Electric Motorcycle

Oct 24, 2018

Category: Rides

Zero Motorcycles has grown to become one of the most prominent names in the world of electric motorcycle companies. Their new lineup is a group of bonafide mechanical animals, but we’re certainly partial to this stealthy Zero FXS supermoto with off-road Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tires.

There are many upgrades to love for the Zero FXS, including recharge capabilities that are six times faster than before using the Charge Tank option at level 2 stations with no additional equipment necessary. If there aren’t any level 2 stations around, you can bring it home and plug it into your nearest outlet and even use the Quick Charger accessory to plug into a second outlet to cut your home charging time by more than 60%. At the heart of the Zero FXS and other bikes in the latest lineup is the innovative Z-Force motor, producing 130% more power and 150% more torque than previous models. If you choose the ZF7.2 option, you’ll be able to zip by with 46 hp. The Z-Force battery offers a maximum capacity of 7.2 kWh, allowing you to ride up to 100 miles a day. There’s also an optional Z-Force Power Tank, which provides an additional 3.6 kWh to the battery’s storage capacity. You can even swap out the batteries in seconds for a “full tank.” And, through the Zero Motorcycles app, you can adjust the motorcycle performance for an aggressive or economical ride.

Purchase: $8,500+

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