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What is the fastest electric motorcycle?

What is the fastest electric motorcycle?
When making an investment in a new form of transport, have you raised the fastest electric motorcycle? Velca models have a speed between 50 and 85km/h. You can move through the cities with 0 emissions and a removable battery in any plug.

Our fastest model is ... section S!⚡

This model acquires up to 85 km per hour of speed, with an equivalence of 125 cc Regarding traditional motorcycles, so you can move without problem in the city. With a 4000W engine and an average electricity expense of € 0.35/100km. It has an autonomy of up to 100 km, which you can enjoy thanks to the electric and removable battery that you can load in any plug. The batteries have an average load time of 5-6h, at that time you will be ready to launch your Section s. It is inspired and designed in the Italian models of the 5th, in addition to the urban use and sustainable development of our cities. By the way, if you want to know more about our electric batteries you can click on this link, where we explain more in detail its use.

The calima reaches 80 km/h?

The Velca Calima She is the ideal partner to go to work, go to take something ... forgetting of traffic jams and where to park. This model has a more formal design and a maximum speed of 80 km per hour. Like the Sport section, it has a 4000W engine and an average expenditure of € 0.35/100km. Its autonomy reaches 70 km, also with an average battery charge a maximum of 6 hours.

Other models equivalent to 50cc?

  • The Section Traditional has a speed of 50 km/h and a maximum autonomy of 120 km with two batteries.
  • The Bora It has the minimum speed of 50 km/h and a maximum autonomy of 70 km.
So ... what is the fastest electric motorcycle? First of all the Sport section with 85 km/h and the calima almost at the same level with 80km/h. From Velca, we invite you to visit us in our Velca Store in Madrid and try one of our velcas, and enjoy the referent in electric mobility. Until next Riders!

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