Zero Motorcycles Offering New Range Of Police And Security Motorcycles

zeropoliceAfter the initial police-spec motorcycle series unveiled back in 2012, Zero Motorcycles is offering in 2013 a new range of police and security motorcycles. Zero S and DS models will be offered with security and police-spec modules and they will address both police and other law enforcement agencies.

This is the fastest growing segment on Zero’s business operations, and the company intends to introduce more models in the future. The new Zero bikes for the 2013 season sport a hefty 63% increase in torque, are 93% more powerful and provide a range that’s 10 percent bigger. After the jump, some facts regarding these 2013 models.

2013 Zero Police/Security Motorcycle – Base Model

2013 Zero S or Zero DS
Power pack option of ZF8.5 or ZF11.4
Color option of black or white
Whelen TIR-3 forward facing LEDs (Red/Blue or Amber)
Whelen TIR-3  front facing LEDs (Red/Blue or Amber)
Whelen TIR-3  rear facing LEDs (Red/Blue or Amber)
Emergency lighting harness
Programmable Whelen siren system with PA and microphone
Front battery/frame protection bars
4-way emergency flasher system
Head light/tail light cut switch and harness

Available Options

Side mounted rear top-load 21 liter hard cases (black) with mounts
Rear top box (black) large with rack
Rear top box (white) L415xW300xH300mm
Rear top box (white) L280xW200xH80mm
Detachable wind screen (medium)
Quick charge kit with adapter
Upgrade siren with plug-in PS microphone
White or gloss black hard case covers/lids
Auxiliary rear LED brake/tail light with license plate
Aluminum hand guards with spoilers
Telescoping pole light with blue LED/mounts/harness.

4 Responses to “Zero Motorcycles Offering New Range Of Police And Security Motorcycles”

  1. 1 Johny Letgo. Feb 14th, 2013 at 11:53 am

    Silent work for the PoPo.

  2. 2 Woody Feb 14th, 2013 at 7:23 pm

    Smart marketing. These vehicles best chance for large sales numbers is to people who aren’t using their own money to purchase them, and only have to ride them when they’re getting paid to do so.

  3. 3 Kirk Perry Feb 14th, 2013 at 9:22 pm

    No better way to wear test them than in rapid pursuit. They might pay for themselves with low maintenance. Ride ’em in to the ground.

  4. 4 Rodent Feb 15th, 2013 at 6:00 pm

    Let the taxpayers pay for R&D. Smart Move!

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