Zero SR-X: Visually stunning electric motorcycle based on the Zero SRS unveiled
Similar to the the automotive sector, all-electric drivetrains are slowly but surely taking over the two-wheeler market as well. However, the introduction of the progressive technology is often accompanied by a new design language that doesn’t necessarily resonate with some prospective buyers. This may not be the the case with Zero’s new electric motorcycle concept, which could sooner or later replace the current flagship, the Zero SRS.
The California-based manufacturer of electric motorcycles has unveiled the SR-X, a new concept with a futuristic and particularly sporty look. The bike was developed in collaboration with Huge-Design, whose product designs are probably known to some of our tech-savvy readers. According to the company, the Zero SR-X is supposed to offer a glimpse into the near future of electric motorcycles. During its development, clean lines and an aggressive stance that underlines the bike’s high performance were prioritized.
From a technical perspective, the Zero SR-X is apparently based on the chassis of the aforementioned Zero SRS. Allegedly, it is also equipped with the ZF75-10 engine that has a peak performance of 110 horsepower and 190 Nm of torque. Furthermore, it features a lithium-ion battery with 17.3 kWh of capacity. Unfortunately, it remains unclear if and when the Zero SR-X concept will be transformed into a corresponding production model. Until then, electric motorcycle fans are invited to enjoy the pretty impressive video teaser that is embedded below.