Zero Pulls The Cover Off Its First Full-Faired Sportsbike With The 110HP SR/S

Feb 20, 2020

Category: Rides

Back in February of 2019, Zero Motorcycles pulled the cover off of its fully-electric SR/F sport naked, and almost exactly a year later, the California-based e-bike outfit has now revealed the full-faired counterpart to the SR/F with the new 2020 SR/S.

Using the same steel trellis frame and running gear, and powered by the same class-leading powertrain as the SR/F, the S-spec is kicked along by Zero’s ZF75-10 motor and ZF14.4kWh Lithium-ion battery which afford a 124mph top speed, 110hp, an impressive 140ft-lbs of torque, and a generous 161-mile (city) range that jumps to over 200 miles with the brand’s optional Power Tank. When pulling from a 6kW fast charger, the SR/S can receive a. 95% recharge in just one hour’s time. The SR/S is also bestowed with Bosch’s cornering ABS, stability control, and a whopping 14 different ride modes that, thanks to Zero’s Cypher III OS, can be controlled via a dedicated smartphone app. Slated for delivery in March of 2020 and being offered in “Skyline Silver” or “Cerulian Blue”, the Zero SR/S starts at $19,995, while the Premium-spec — which is fitted with heated grips, a 6kW charger, and aluminum bar-ends — starts at $21,995 (plus another $2,895 if you opt for the range-bolstering Power Tank).

Purchase: $19,995+

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