2020 Zero SR/F Electric Motorcycle

Feb 27, 2019

Category: Rides

Zero Motorcycles and their all-electric lineup have risen to prominence over the last few years by challenging outdated ideas as to what motorcycles can and should be, while still remaining true to time-tested styling cues. Looks like they’re taking another big step forward with their new range-topping 2020 Zero SR/F electric motorcycle.

Designed from the ground-up to be the world’s first “fully smart motorcycle,” the SR/F hinges on a Cypher III customizable dash that pairs with the brand’s next-gen app — allowing riders to access critical information from their bike at any time or anywhere. But the tech doesn’t stop there; this 2-wheeler also features the Bosch Motorcycle Stability Control for unparalleled control on any road conditions. Of course, all that groundbreaking tech wouldn’t mean much if the ride wasn’t fun — which it is, boasting 110 horsepower and 140 foot-pounds of torque (with a limited top speed of 124 MPH and a range of up to 161 miles). And all that comes with a charge time of as little as 60 minutes (so long as you get the rapid-charge upgrade). Pricing starts at $18,995.

Purchase: $18,995+

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