The Russian motorcycle manufacturer, Ural, does not intend to stay behind the world's trends and has created a prototype for a motorbike model developed by Zero Motorcycles and ICG.
The electric motorcycle is based on Ural-based CT, Zero Motorcycles, electric motors, batteries and electronic components, while California's ICG is responsible for designing and developing the first concept.
The Urals' environmentally friendly motorcycle is equipped with a Z-Force 45 kW (61 Z, 110 Nm) electric motor and a 19.5 kilowatt-hour battery that allows a consumption margin of around 165 kilometers. A prototype built-in charger that enables power supply from mains power and charges up to 95% over 13 hours.
Ural claims that the electric motor accelerates very quickly, but does not reveal accurate data. The prototype is known to have a top speed of 140 km / h, but the manufacturer's recommended – 105 km / h.
It is said that Zero Motorcycles offers four electric motorcycles but the legendary Harley-Davidson has just introduced his first electric motorcycle.
Source and Text: iAuto