Voge ER-10 Electric Motorcycle Launched In Italy

Voge-ER10

Loncin manufactures the Voge ER-10 electric motorcycle in China for the European market. The ER-10 will begin its European innings by testing the competitive Italian market first. Voge represents the luxury end of the brand’s offerings, and the ER-10 will begin its European innings by testing the competitive Italian market first. The Voge ER-10 gets a liquid-cooled, 60 V/6 kW motor from Sur Ron that produces 42 Nm of torque and 14 kW (19 bhp) peak power. It was designed to replace a traditional 125 cc motorcycle. The ER-10 was first seen at the 2019 EICMA show in Milan and is now available for purchase.

The 60 V/ 70 Ah lithium ion battery has a claimed range of 100 km, but you’ll need to keep your speed under 30 kmph to get that kind of range. A complete charge of the battery pack takes four hours. The lightweight alloy frame, swingarm, and wheels assist in weight reduction, while the USD fork and rear monoshock are said to provide a smooth ride. The 17-inch wheels are shod with normal road-going rubber, and dual-channel ABS is standard. Even for new and inexperienced users, the 115 kg bike should be easy to manage.

Voge-ER10-Side

With complete LED lighting all around, keyless ignition, and a USB charging port, the Voge ER-10 is an elegant street naked concept. The fictitious gas tank often serves as a storage container wide enough to hold an open-face helmet. The digital instrument console adds a touch of luxury to the bike. The ER-10 is priced at 6,590 Euros (roughly 5.86 lakh at current exchange rates) in the Italian market.

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