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The Zero SR-X is an Ultra-Futuristic Take On a Fully-Electric Naked Superbike

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Back in 2019, leading electric moto-maker Zero Motorcycles teamed up with Huge Design, tasking the San Francisco-based studio and customs outfit with churning out a sleek one-off take on the marque’s FXS bike — a futuristic supermoto that would later serve as the basis for Zero’s FXE production model. 

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Christened the Zero Motorcycles x Huge Design SR-X Concept, this one-off two-wheeler is part of Zero’s Design the Future Development Program and is based on EV outfit’s fully-faired SR/S superbike. While Huge and Zero’s first collab saw the design house put a thoroughly sleek spin on the supermoto genre, the pair’s latest joint effort represents a futuristic interpretation of a naked streetfighter-style machine with some light cafe racer influence. Devoid of any type of flyscreen or windshield, the SR-X concept comes cloaked in a custom set of bodywork with an LED bar headlight, internal aero winglets, and an ultra-upswept and waspish tail section with an integrated circular taillight that blurs the line between cafe racer and street fighter designs.

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The one-off concept also rides on the SR/S’s stock five-spoke Y-arm wheels. Weighing in at around 500lbs, this semi-faired concept bike also sports custom carbon fiber fenders front and aft, rear swing-arm sliders/spools, and a custom-modified pair of rear sets that are set on bespoke circular integrated mounts with passenger peg extension deletes. In addition to using the SR/S’ frame, the concept is also powered by the EV model’s standard 82-kW ZF75-10 electric motor and ZF17.3 lithium-ion battery — a powertrain that runs off of Zero’s proprietary CYPHER III+ operating system and is good for 140ft-lbs of instantaneous torque and a 187-mile range. Like Huge Design’s 2019 one-off, the SR-X wears a semi-gloss gray livery contrasted via frosted red accents and black branding and 07 race numbers.

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While it remains to be seen what, if any plans Zero or Huge may have in store for the SR-X, we can only hope the concept takes a similar path to that of the FXE and eventually sees the light of production.