What an electric Ducati could end up looking or being like, however, remains a mystery for now. Will the company opt for a performance-oriented sportbike?
What is $13k going to get you? A top speed of 150 mph, a full charge within 35 minutes, and, drumroll, an impressive 150-mile electric range.
Does anybody remember the Topper? That blocky, awkward, almost toyish-looking scooter Harley produced in the early 60s. The model was short-lived.
It'll do 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. The range is 110 miles. It will charge off any standard household outlet at Level 1, as well as support Level 3 fast charging.
This is the list of new 2019 electric motorcycle models expected to be on the market sometime throughout the course of this year. Can you say Harley Livewire.
The teaser showed up on the Zero's website and social media, showing a headlight, the contour of a darkened silhouette, and a date.
The charge into the future continues. Arcimoto has announced receiving a $4.5 million investment in the company to amp up production of its FUV electric trike...
This partly completed bike is reportedly based on a Zero FX platform.
One of the biggest concerns motorcyclists have about autonomous vehicles is how well they will detect us and avoid us on the road.
Imagine what living with a homemade electric powertrain built into a 1961 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 for 20 days is like?
The Smart Classic has the typical 50s café racer look with the flat tuck and roll saddle, the front and end cowls that round off the edges.
Keeping in their eco-friendly spirit, the team came up with an admittedly pretty cool-looking scooter inspired by none other than the Vespa, minus one wheel and...
We have been following the exploits of Lightning since 2010 when an early prototype bike set a speed record and now finally production kicks off for the LS-218.
Vigo promises sportbike performance in a long-range package. According to its IndieGoGo campaign, the bike will have a staggering maximum range of 400 miles.
Energica is now looking into safety matters and is teaming up with a German university to help make things happen.
Denzel, a.k.a. East Gem, introduced a nifty Honda-inspired electric cafe racer early this year. Now Denzel is actively seeking dealers in the U.S.