The Zero FXE houses a 7.2 kWh Li-ion battery that the company has boasted can last up to 100 town-based miles on a single charge.
There is nothing out of the ordinary there, seeing as Zero Motorcycles’ FX sports the same range on the 2-battery function (though the FX’s alternative 3.6 kWh battery model state cuts the range nearly in half, proclaiming the FXE winner for distance on a single charge).
The FXE also has a 75-5 air-cooled, brushless electric motor capable of punching out a nippy 46 ponies, with a surprising 78 ft/lbs of torque.
The Zero FXE will sell for an extraordinarily reasonable price of $11,795, with preorders having begun yesterday.
Want to see the bike in person? Stop by the Sonoma Raceway in California on July 16 for the 20-stop tour Zero has planned in Partnership with the Progressive International Motorcycle Show Outdoors (PIMSO).
Save your pennies, and let us know what you think!