2017 Electric Motorcycle Guide

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We are almost in 2017, and here is a catalog of electric motorcycles in production and available for purchase.

We start with the bikes being produced in the USA and in Canada. Photos will follow after the tables.

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Then we detail the European production. The “market” column indicates if the bikes are being sold outside of Europe.

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For the Asian production, we ignored all the Chinese OEM production that is being sold across the world under various importers’ brand names. We also ignored the promising TAILG T600, because it is not yet available. We will update this table as we discover new Chinese brands with up-to-date products and distribution.

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Zero FX

Zero FX

Zero DS

Zero DS

Zero S

Zero S

Zero SR

Zero SR

Victory Empulse TT

Victory Empulse TT

Lightning LS-218

Lightning LS-218

Lito Sora

Lito Sora

 

Alta Redshift MX

Alta Redshift MX

 

 

 

Alta Redshift SM

Alta Redshift SM

Energica Eva

Energica Eva

Energica Ego

Energica Ego

KTM E-XC

KTM E-XC

KTM E-SX

KTM E-SX

 

KTM E-SM

KTM E-SM

Tacita T-Race Rally

Tacita T-Race Rally

Tacita Diabolika

Tacita Diabolika

Tacita T-Race Motard

Tacita T-Race Motard

Tacita T-Race Cross

Tacita T-Race Cross

Tacita T-Race Enduro

Tacita T-Race Enduro

Volta BCN Sport

Volta BCN Sport

Volta BCN City

Volta BCN City

Johammer J1

Johammer J1

Electric Motion EMLite

Electric Motion EMLite

Electric Motion EMSport

Electric Motion EMSport

Electric Motion EMEscape

Electric Motion EMEscape

Electric Motion EMEtrek

Electric Motion EMEtrek

Kuberg Start

Kuberg Start

Kuberg Trial E

Kuberg Trial E

Kuberg Cross

Kuberg Cross

Kuberg Freerider

Kuberg Freerider

Oset 12.5 Eco

Oset 12.5 Eco

Oset 12.5 Racing

Oset 12.5 Racing

Oset 16.0 Racing

Oset 16.0 Racing

Oset 20.0 Racing

Oset 20.0 Racing

Oset 24.0 Racing

Oset 24.0 Racing

 

Oset MX-10

Oset MX-10

Evoke Urban S

Evoke Urban S

Tork T6X

Tork T6X

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8 comments for this post
  1. matteo wrote the 11/12/2016

    nice list,good to make soe confrontation.. still seems that zero motorcycle keeps his best compromise between performance and price.

    i have some more question by the way …
    1-will be tork motorcycle aviabe in europian markets ?

    2-evoke motorycle seems to wanna be in european market too… but in the chart i see only china… how is the things ? and any info about the “krauser “17 model ??

    3- Is missing what it looks like to be the big next player near zero and energica.. Voltu motorcycle… by their intention in 17’they will launch the voltu v 1R..

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  2. JP, the author of the post, wrote the 11/12/2016

    Thanks Matteo. Tork is still working on its production model and it will be a slow roll out limited to the cities of Pune, Bengaluru and Delhi. They say they have received more than 1000 orders, so it will take some time before they go to Europe. The same for Evoke, they have limited distribution for now, I think they need some more financing to develop production and distribution.
    Re Voltu, it is a beautiful bike, but they are no new news about when it will be available, so I did not include it in the guide.

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    • matteo wrote the 12/12/2016

      http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1961773-asi-es-voltu-la-moto-electrica-con-sello-argentino by this article .. and other internet news.. early 17′ by the way they didn’t have done any ufficial annuonce so i kinda deduce that they are not really sure when this is coming out. i will keep an eye btw… if they really are going to pull out a 90 hp with 16,5 kwh battery plus fat charging on board at 15000 euros-

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      • JP, the author of the post, wrote the 12/12/2016

        Thanks for the link. Yes at €15 000, or $15,000, this bike would be a killer. But I am not holding my breath, I don’t think that price is achievable as of today. We will see when it comes to market…

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  3. Kingcharles wrote the 11/12/2016

    Johammer is Austrian and although there’s a dealer there, they’re not from the Netherlands.

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    • JP, the author of the post, wrote the 11/12/2016

      Thanks, you are right. Will correct.

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  4. mehrdad wrote the 07/03/2017

    hello. i’m a student. i’m searching about number of electric motorcycle in the world per country from 1990 to 2016. may you help me and send that statistics?
    tank you sir

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    • JP, the author of the post, wrote the 07/03/2017

      Sorry I don’t have that data, and I don’t think it exists.

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