Zero X Motorcycles, the electric Supermotard motorcycle!

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Zero X Motorcycles, the electric Supermotard motorcycle!




by Christophe » 27/05/09, 23:03

The Zero X Motorcycle Supermotard tested by Moto Station here, to read here:
http://www.moto-station.com/article6077 ... voie-.html

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The performances in one image (pity that the scale of the "power" is missing):
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Official website: http://www.zeromotorcycles.com/moto-electrique/

Another electrical info: electric vehicle recharging sockets seem to be "standardizing"

http://www.scooter-station.com/Prises-e ... dards.html

Capable of withstanding 10 cycles and operating in all conditions, the 000 mm diameter socket has five pins and can also transmit information to identify the vehicle and automatically control the load. It is intended for single-phase electrical supply networks, at a voltage of 43V and an intensity of 240A.
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by I Citro » 27/05/09, 23:29

: Arrow: I find it nice in street supermoto version.
It is announced at a still substantial budget ...
I blame him for its chain transmission ... Unworthy of a vehicle of this type ...

Thanks for the link on the US plug ... I didn't know : Lol:
EV enthusiasts closely follow the new European standard ...
In fact, the new plug seems to us very mediocre compared to the "Maréchal" plugs currently in use, which have excellent ergonomics and proven reliability. :?
The new standard loses many of the qualities recognized by the "Maréchal" and again only offers a communication between the vehicle and the network that I consider (and I am not the only one) essentially as a coping which will make it possible to trace the vehicle and invoice the future electric TIC or TIPP.
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by Christophe » 27/05/09, 23:56

There are 2 Citro versions:

2009 ZERO X
Sports 7.410,68 €
Extreme 9.151,31

I find that more than "correct" for a small series EV, right?

On the other hand I estimated the amperage: 300 A in maximum power! Didiou it should heat up a bit! : Shock:

Yes for ICT / TIPP ... we suspected this for a while, didn't we?
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