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Australia’s Savic Motorcycles Unveils Electric Bike In Three Variants

By Ayantika Halder Fri, 15 Nov 2019
Australia’s Savic Motorcycles Unveils Electric Bike In Three Variants

Australia’s Savic Motorcycles Unveils Electric Bike In Three Variants 

Australian electric motorcycle manufacturer, Savic has unleased the latest model of the company, the C-Series at the Australian motorcycle festival in Wollongong. The C-Series is available in three flavours- the Omega, Delta and Alpha that have slight differences in looks, range, and performance. Each of the three variants has a similar frame, same single-sided swingarm, 8-inch full colour display panel, single-seat setup with pillion seat option and even suspension. All three variants sport a poly carbon belt drive, riding modes, ABS, traction control and regenerative braking.

The Savic C-Series Omega has the lowest range and least power among the three, but it also takes the least time to be charged fully. Power output of the Omega is rated at 25kW around 33.5 bhp with 110 Nm of peak torque. Acceleration is claimed at 0 to 100 kmph in 5.5 seconds. The Omega comes with a 90 V, 7 kWh battery pack which comes with a range of 120 km, and can be charged to 80 percent in just two hours. The Omega has a kerb weight of 170 kg.

The Delta is the middle ground of the current Savic C-series range, though, in case of the price range, it’s a bit closer to the Omega than the Alpha. Power output is 40kW (about 54hp), with 140Nm (about 103.2 ft-lbs.) of torque. It goes from 0 to 100kph (62mph) in a claimed 4.5 seconds. The 120V, 9kWh battery pack has a range of 150Km (just over 93 miles) and can go from 20 percent of charge to 80 percent charged in three hours. It’s fitted with Brembo twin disc brakes, Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tires, and weighs 190Kg (419 lbs). MSRP is AU $16,990 (US $11,595).

The top-class Alpha is packed with a power output of 60kW (about 80.4hp), with 180Nm (about 133 ft-lbs.) of torque. It goes from 0 to 100kph (62mph) in a claimed 3.5 seconds.

The 132V, 11kWh battery pack has a range of 200Km (just over 124 miles) and can go from 20 percent of charge to 80 percent charged in four hours. It’s fitted with the same Brembo twin disc brakes and Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tires as the Delta but weighs 210Kg (about 463 lbs). MSRP is AU $23,990 (US $16,372).

So, which one do you think is the best?

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