A main argument against electric motorcycles is the short range and the long charging time. With the Evoke 6061, however, that should change.
A lot of motorcyclists would also be disturbed by the lack of motor sound on an electric motorcycle. However, anyone who could live with missing sound should find a real alternative to the gasoline engine in the motorcycle developed by Evoke.
The Evoke 6061 promises 160 HP, which are fed by a large 24.8 kWh battery. The top speed should be over 142 mph. In city traffic, one battery charge should be enough for 292 miles (almost 470 km). When driving on the highway, 165 miles (or 265 km) are still specified.
When asked, Evoke said they drove 20-30 mph (30-50 km/h) in the city and an average speed of 87 mph (140 km/h) on the highway.
The data are very sporty compared to the competitors. However, it gets more extreme when it comes to loading time. The battery should be charged to 80% in just 15 minutes, when charging via a 3 DC fast charging station. However, one must also note that the last 20% require a lot more loading time in proportion. On the other hand, competitor vehicles need 30 to 45 minutes to charge 80%, and only if it can be connected to 3 DC at all.
We’ll see what data it really meets when it launches.
The Evoke 6061 features a laser-cut aluminum frame, brakes from J. Juan and LED lighting.
The Evoke 6061 is priced at around $ 24,000. At the moment you can pre-order a 6061 for a deposit of $ 5,000. It has not yet been announced when the electric motorcycle will be launched.
- Ladezeit: 3 Stunden
- Bluetooth 4.1
- Arbeitsabstand: bis zu 2.0 km in offenem Gelände
- Advanced Noise Control Audio
- Hochfrequenzspezifikationen: 76 ~ 108MHz
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