The design of the WYLD electric cruiser motorcycle is quite attractive, with the option of a wide headerbar with a single seat. Which gives it a very modern look.
EMoS ‘WYLD’: Due to the growing demand for electric vehicles worldwide, automakers are launching more than one product. Australia’s electric two-wheeler manufacturer EMoS (Electric Mobility Solutions) has introduced a new cruiser bike in this sequence. Which is named ‘WYLD’. Let us know, this new electric cruiser bike has been launched in the Australian market for a price of AUD 2,999 (about Rs. 1.61 lakh).
Permission to run unlicensed as well: The design of the WYLD electric cruiser motorcycle is quite attractive, with the option of a wide headerbar with a single seat. Which gives it a very modern look. Along with this, a lot of free space is also available in the middle of it. At the same time, the wide handlebars provided in the front and rear give its design a full cruiser look. Let us tell you, the top speed of the WYLD electric cruiser bike is just 50km / h. At the same time, it has been allowed to run without license in some states of the country.
Equipped with many modern features: As a feature, the bike features an Aper hanger handlebar, relaxed riding position, fat 18-inch tires with larger front and rear fenders, forward-mounted footpegs for solo saddle and front comfort. At the launch of this bike, the company’s CEO Harry Proscafellas said, “that just by having an electric motor on the frame does not make a great vehicle, we want people to look at it when our electric vehicle runs on the streets.”
Full charge in 5 hours: EMoS WYLD cruiser is equipped with three electric motors 1.5kW, 2kW or 3kW. It can be paired with a 60V lithium-ion (12Ah, 20Ah or 30Ah) battery pack. This electric powertrain comes with a peak torque of 95Nm and a maximum range of 90 km when full charged. At the same time, it takes 5 hours to charge. The motorcycle weighs only 82 kg and has a carrying capacity of up to 200 kg. For information, let us tell you that there is no hope about launching in India.