The Verge TS Ultra Is an Electric Hyperbike With 855FT-LBs Of Torque

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First breaking cover in 2018 as the RMK E2 before later being rebranded to its current name, the Verge TS is an ultra-unique fully-electric streetfighter-meets-hypercruiser model with a futuristic-looking hubless rear wheel design. And while the TS already boasted some impressive specs — a  sub-4-second 0-60mph time, 186-mile range, and a claimed 737.5ft-lbs of torque — the Finnish firm has now developed an even high-performance ebike variant with the new and improved, range-topping Verge TS Ultra. 

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Propelling the Verge TS Ultra is a cutting-edge 150-kW (201-hp) powertrain that generates an astonishing (claimed) 855ft-lbs of torque and offers a top speed of 125mph. Not only does the Ultra version offer more power, but it also does so while affording more autonomy, with the Ultra-spec’s battery now being good for an impressive 233-miles of (urban) range on a single charge and having the ability to be fully juiced up in just 25 minutes when using Fast Charging.

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Visually, the Ultra version of the TS has also received a few upgrades. The regular model’s stacked projector headlight setup has been flanked by a set of downforce-generating aerodynamic winglets on either side, and the regular TS’ seemingly-two-up-capable seat has also been replaced with a sportier superbike-style monoposto item with sleek bum-stop-equipped cowl and what we presume is better aero. What’s more, the top-of-the-line Ultra-spec also sees the TS’ standard five gloss color options (red, lime green, black, yellow, white) now being supplemented by matte versions of those same hues.

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Available for preorder requiring only a €1,000 (~ $1,054) deposit, the 2024 Verge TS Ultra starts at €62,132 (~ $65,455) and is scheduled to begin deliveries in Q4 of 2023. The EV outfit’s website also features an online configurator that allows users to build out and then preorder their own custom-configured Verge TS Ultra — along with the lower-specced Verge TS and Verge TS Pro which start at €37,624 (~ $39,580) and €41,709 (~ $43,875) respectively.