Two years after launching its electric-vehicle division, CFMoto presents the Zeeho Cyber Concept.
To adapt to the green travel trend in the transport industry, the concept is powered by a pouch-style lithium-ion battery manufactured by Farasis Energy. The device packs 4kWh, which translates into an effective range of over 130km.
According to CFMoto, the battery has passed automotive-grade safety tests. It has a 2,500-cycle lifespan or eight years and up to 300,000km, thanks to the self-developed battery management system. Fast-charging allows the Zeeho to go from zero to 80% charge in just 30 minutes.
The concept’s Cobra powertrain, which converts power into kinetic energy with 92% efficiency, is driven by an engine capable of 213Nm of torque. The company claims that the Zeeho can go from nil to 50kph in only 2.9sec and reach a maximum speed of 110kph.
Underneath, Pirelli tires are mounted on a lightweight chassis built to KTM standards, while the suspension with adjustable damping is fine-tuned for various road conditions. The Zeeho comes with Bosch-powered stability control, as well as Eco, Street, and Sport riding modes.
Safety features include 215mm Brembo brake discs, ABS, and six high-resolution cameras as part of a 360-degree obstacle warning system. The concept utilizes smart technology via its keyless system, voice command, remote diagnostics, and positioning system through the Zeeho app.
CFMoto hopes to start mass-producing the Zeeho Cyber Concept in the first half of 2021.
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopBikes.ph. Minor edits have been made.