2013 Zero Motorcycles lineup goes faster and farther, charges with CHAdeMO

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2013 Zero Motorcycles goes faster and farther, with CHAdeMO

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Motorcycles has just revealed its lineup and we expect that checking out the changes, you will be as as we are. Featuring significant that make the entire go faster, farther, and charge the company’s all-electric bikes may just crossed that that separates toys tools.

At first glance, the seem incremental. But, go the seductive aesthetics and look at the you’ll realize they are but. Within the heart of bike is a new, Zero-designed that beats with the potential power of previous receiving life-giving electrons at a higher voltage from energy-intensive battery packs.

In the S and DS models, this results in a bike with a max speed of 95 per hour and a real-world possible of over 100 miles in the city.

The models also charge up bigger batteries faster. If a 110 or 220 outlet, the fill-up rate is 25 quicker than previously, the 11.4-kWh configuration to go from to full in 7.9 hours. Add the optional accessory though, and you can get to 95 percent in an while plugged into a DC charger.

And, if your allows for extra batteries, swapping is possible in all but the S and DS bikes.

new for 2013 is smart phone Along with an accessory to your device to the bike, has produced an app for iPhones and Androids allows you to not only track from the motorcycle via Bluetooth, but performance characteristics as well. How is that?

Scroll down and we’ll you a look at each bike, with a summary of its improvements, by the official press release.

Zero FX

The Zero FX is a new model for replacing the Zero X, and reveals an battery strategy for the three that share the 17-lb The FX, XU and MX are each available with a single 2.8-kWh module or a (giving them 5.7 kWh). The are lockable and under-a-minute swappable.

both batteries on board, the FX the power of 44 ponies and offers up 70 of twist. Combined with its light weight (275 it is said to be the quickest Zero and can hit 85 Range is give as 70 miles (UDDS ), 31 miles at 70 mph and 44 miles at 55

The 2013 Zero S, like its brother, has had its bodywork massaged and its tweaked. Offering 54 horsepower and 68 of torque, the motor is now a stressed of that frame for increased and better handling, and will all the way up to 95 mph. The S comes in either an or 11.4-kWh configuration with the battery said to be good for 137 in the city on the optimistic UDDS

That translates into 70 at 70 mph or 85 miles at 55 mph.

With a stiffer swingarm outback and geometry up front, it now also with a 2-up seat and an set of footpegs for passengers. Like the 2013 Zero lineup, it now Nissin brakes for improved performance.

2013 Zero DS

The DS is the machine for mixing your riding with quality on the trails. While it comes the same motor (and top speed!) and battery options as it brother, it also features suspension travel and dirt-capable

The added ride height and resistance does take a on its range, though. Its UDDS leash is shortened to 126 miles, traveling at 70 mph yields 61 miles and 55 mph is for 76 miles with the bigger

2013 Zero XU

The XU may be Zero’s street bike but it has also seriously upgraded. Like its it benefits from better and improved frame along a new, wider front clamp and stronger swingarm. It gets a new motor though it is the of the bunch, putting out 28 hp and 42 lb-ft of Still, that’s good to get you up to 77 mph.

The battery options and range are the same as the FX.

2013 MX

The first product from Motorcycles was an off-road bike and the Zero MX continues that in fine, furious fashion. It is, worlds away from the brand started. Now full-size 54 hp and 68 lb-ft of torque on tap, thing is going to make strong impressions with its modulated power delivery and top speed.

Like the rest of the bikes, its new sealed, no-maintenance allows for regenerative braking, should help boost as well as mimic the engine of gas bikes, allowing riders to easily transition between the

Range for the MX depends largely on how it is ridden. The 5.7-kWh arrangement last for as long as 140 minutes cruising trails or as short as 35 intense minutes if it’s flogged mercilessly on a track.

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— Advanced Electric Motorcycle Yet — Arriving in Dealerships 2013

SANTA CRUZ, (Oct. 2, 2012) Zero the global leader in the electric industry, today announced its model line which an average power increase of 99 and the world’s longest-range production motorcycle: the Zero S, capable of 137 in the city. To attain such in performance, Zero designed a new Z-Force™ motor that is powerful while also efficient, passively air-cooled and

Integrated into every motorcycle, the motor operates a new higher voltage Z-Force pack. Providing riders the to charge faster than each Zero can now be charged to 95 in an hour or less using charge stations by way of an optional Perhaps most exciting, plans to begin initial of its complete 2013 model to North America in January

Nearly every element of motorcycle has been refined to the sophisticated technology and elemental of riding a Zero. From innovative mobile phone to eye-catching styling, the 2013 is impressive at every level. Bluetooth, riders can now sync iPhone or Android mobile to see detailed motorcycle information and adjust the performance characteristics of the

Riders will appreciate the new bodywork on the Zero S and Zero DS, includes neatly integrated in the tank area and flows into a comfortable two-tier To accommodate the new look and advanced Zero redesigned the frames for model with an emphasis on rider ergonomics and expanding with aftermarket accessories.

With up to 137 miles range in the a top speed of 95 mph and a CHAdeMO accessory allows recharging in around an the 2013 model line is exceptional, said Richard CEO of Zero Motorcycles. This lineup offers breathtaking new eye-catching designs and the innovative to customize the riding experience to individual’s preferences via a mobile

We invite consumers to discover the of riding a 2013 model by an authorized dealer to sign up for a ride or to place an order. The new arrives in January.

Among the highlights of the 2013 lineup, Motorcycles introduced the Zero FX as the do anything and ride anywhere rebel motorcycle. It is the fastest motorcycle in the company’s lineup 70 ft-lbs of torque, 44 hp and a low weight of 275 lbs. The Zero FX, as well as the XU and Zero MX, now features the world’s truly modular quick-swap pack technology.

Riders can now use one or two modules and can upgrade any of the previously models from 2.8 kWh to 5.7 kWh in seconds. increased range, vastly handling and impressive power, the now Zero MX is capable of comfortably off significantly larger jumps at the track.

Zero MX

Continuing a design of sophisticated simplicity for 2013, Motorcycles focused on maximizing the of riding and minimizing needless The new Z-Force motor and overall is completely air-cooled on account of its efficient and innovative design. instant torque, a nearly belt-driven system and no shifting, need only focus on the ride.

For the owner, there is no routine maintenance and the fuel cost is a penny a mile. Whether a rider or someone who is just into motorcycles, the Zero 2013 lineup offers exciting new reasons to go for a ride.

information: Each Zero model is 100 percent electric as a result, may qualify to receive rebates or credits. Zero its motorcycles through authorized Each street-legal motorcycle with a two year limited while the Zero MX comes a one year limited warranty. deliveries will commence in 2013 for North America and in 2013 for Europe.

Authorized will begin accepting on Oct. 2, 2012, from who would like to secure a model. The pricing for each is below.

* MSRP: (ZF8.5) | €13,995** | £11,695**

* MSRP: $15,995* | €15,995** | £13,495**

* (ZF8.5) $13,995* | €13,995** |

* MSRP: (ZF11.4) $15,995* | | £13,495**

* MSRP: (ZF2.8) | €9,495** | £7,995**

* MSRP: $11,990* | €11,995** | £9,995**

* (ZF2.8) $7,995* | €7,995** |

* MSRP: (ZF5.7) $10,490* | | £8,995**

* MSRP: (ZF2.8) | €9,495** | £7,995**

* MSRP: $11,990* | €11,995** | £9,995**

in USD is identical to CAD. Does not local shipping, applicable PDI or road registration fees. Product, Shipping and VAT. PDI, local shipping and registration fees may apply.

More on CHAdeMO

The CHAdeMO charging standard is the most adopted DC Fast Charging and has over 1600 installed worldwide, with an additional in Europe expected before the end of According to Nissan estimates, fast chargers will be in the United States by the end of 2014, at least 400 in California alone, by government electric vehicle spending. Based on Pikes estimates, 115,000 of these will be installed by 2017.

Zero Motorcycles

Zero is committed to transforming the motorcycling by bringing to market highly electric motorcycles that exceptional value and performance. is powered by innovation, driven by guided by integrity and measured by Through extensive research, and experience, Zero combines the art and of motorcycle development to create and products that excite and inspire brand loyalty.

is determined to be the preeminent global motorcycle company.

Follow Motorcycles on Twitter @ZeroMC, a fan of Zero Motorcycles on Facebook and out what Zero is doing on at www.youtube.com/zeromotorcycles.

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