Zero Motorcycles Unveiled The 2014 Line-Up, The High-Powered Zero SR.

Accelerating harder and going faster, the Zero SR is the new flagship e-bike of the company. The Zero SR ($16,995) features a larger 660 amp motor controller that provides 24% more power and 56% higher torque, delivering 106 ft-lbs. Going to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds. All 2014 models can use an optional $2,495 Z-Force Power Tank that extends the riding range up to 171 miles in city travel. Zero Motorcycles.

4 Responses to “Zero Motorcycles Unveiled The 2014 Line-Up, The High-Powered Zero SR.”

  1. 1 Iron Horse Dec 18th, 2013 at 10:06 pm

    While the technology is pretty cool, the almost zero noise thing kinda creeps me out.

    Then there’s the extra $2500 to get the updated longer range Z-Force Power Tank to get more range. Zero seems to have the same mentality as the MoCo to make you add even more $$$ to their $17,000 FlagShip eBike. I guess it’s the American way.

  2. 2 Steve The Hog Radio Show Producer Dec 19th, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    I think this is cool.

    Prices will come down in time – Just like big screen TV’s cost an arm and a leg in the 90’s they have come down to a 1/4 of the price today.

    Electric cycles will come down in price as sales volumes increase and new battery technology come on.

  3. 3 nicker Dec 20th, 2013 at 9:03 pm

    I have a simple question.
    If an electric driven scooter is such a hot idea then what happened to the e-SBK. hybrid….???

    Back in 2010 they were talking 397 lb, 160 hp, 150 ft/lb torque.
    Norton 350cc rotary powered generator driving an electric motor, no gears needed.


  4. 4 Terence Tory Dec 20th, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    Battery bikes are a road to nowhere.To ship them around the world and dispose of the old batteries eats the profits up.That is the reason KTM’s battery MXer was withdrawn from the market.Battery bikes are viewed as hazardous goods to ship and dispose of,apart from accident and use safety issues.Fuel cell or fossil motor/battery hybrids may offer some hope for new motomotive technologies.

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