CINECO launches E-RX1, adventurous crossover electric motorcycle full of technology
CINECO launched in China the E-RX1, an adventurous crossover electric motorcycle, which brings superior specifications, a lot of on-board technology and up to 200 km of autonomy on just one battery charge.
For those who don’t know this new brand, CINECO belongs to the company Senmlan Motor which, in turn, is part of the Zongshen group, and is focused only on electric two-wheel vehicles.
The E-RX1 is an electric version of the Cyclone RX1, which also belongs to the Zongshen group. It has a traditional Trail bike design, with a front ‘beak’, typical of adventurous models, and windshield, to reduce the impact of wind and rain.
A model that can and should be used off-road, the CINECO E-RX1 has high suspension, Upside Down front fork and dual purpose tires. But be careful, the wheels are made of aluminum alloy, so no venturing on trails or very bad roads.
The model’s strong point is its motor and battery set. the E-RX1 is equipped with a central motor with a rated power of 8 kW and a peak power of 18.5 kW, with a total torque of 85 Nm (415 Nm of wheel torque), which allows a maximum speed of up to 130 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 50 km/h in just 2.5 seconds. The final transmission is made by belt, that is, it is silent and does not require lubrication.
In addition, the 96V, 64Ah lithium battery is liquid-cooled and allows a range of up to 200 km (at an average speed of 50 km/h). It takes 4-5 hours to recharge with a fast charger.
The E-RX1 is equipped with a steel trellis swingarm, 17″ aluminum alloy wheels, disc brakes on both axles with dual-channel ABS, dual purpose tires measuring 2.75-17 at the front and 3.00-meter at the rear, and high handlebars.
Finally, it has Full-LED lighting, LCD digital panel, USB socket on the console, riding modes and ample space for objects (where the fuel tank is usually located).
Anyway, the electric motorcycle CINECO E-RX1 is sold in China for from RMB 38,800 (approximately US$ 5,752). There is no forecast for other countries.
So, would you like this model in your country?