Electric motorcycle manufacturer, Zero Motorcycles, presents the new 2021 FXE.
Based on the Zero FX and FXS, the 2021 FXE offers an entirely new look thanks to its redesigned bodywork.
The Zero FXE sports the same 46hp (34kW) electric motor available on the FX model that offer a 160km city range, making it a suitable motorcycle for every urban commuter.
Clad in a dirtbike-ish look and new electronic package, the FXE takes the FXS range into a new future.
According to Zero’s CEO, Sam Pachel, the company has an obligation to drive the brand forward.
“Being the brand that defined the category means that Zero has an obligation to continue driving innovation in electric Powersports forward.
“Our leadership position also comes with the responsibility to elevate the form and function of the modern motorcycle and ignite riders’ passions in a whole new way.
“The FXE delivers on the design, technology and rides experience characteristics one expects from the motorcycle of the future,” he explained.
Thanks to a lightweight frame, the bike weighs barely 113kg, making it a suitable vehicle for riders seeking a clean and low-maintenance electric motorcycle.
Other significant upgrades on the FXE includes a 5″ TFT display replacing the digital LCD found on the FX range and Zero’s new operating system called the Cypher II, which now supports Bluetooth connectivity.
The connectivity allows riders to adjust the ride parameters, including power, torque and top speed, with a smartphone.
The motorcycle can also reach a top speed of 136km/h, however, keep in mind that the 160km range drops considerably at high speeds.
The all-new 2021 Zero FXE is available now in the United States for a price of USD11,795 (RM49k).