Zero’s FXE offers small electric motorcycle fun at it best


Zero’s new 2022 FXE expands on the company’s lineup of electric motorcycles with design cues the company says are taken from the world of consumer tech thanks to designers at San Francisco-based firm HUGE Design, which has collaborated with companies like GoPro and Seagate. Motorcycle enthusiasts will see inspiration from the Ducati Hypermotard or Husquavarna’s Vitpilen 401. Whatever the FXE the motorcycle looks good.

Beyond its sleek industrial stance, the FXE packs Zero’s 75-5 air-cooled, brushless electric motor capable of producing 46 HP and 78 foot-pounds of torque—plenty of power to get you from here to there while scaring you a little bit. The 7.2 kWh Li-ion battery can carry you around 100 miles on a single charge.

The bike has LED lights all around the FXE, and a 5-inch TFT touch display where the gauges go on a gas-powered machine. The bike is controlled by Zero’s Cypher II operating system, which connects to your phone via Bluetooth, where you can control all the bike’s many settings.

The motor is virtually silent, there are no gears, and it accelerates instantly and without any pause, until you hit the top end of its speed range. The FXE isn’t as powerful machines which are in the market. But it give some fun to riders when they hit the twisty country roads.

The price is expected to be $12,000 and we assure, it will be a fun bike you will be enjoy it.

Source: Gizmodo