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These Are The Best Electric Motorcycles On The Market In 2021



The future, apparently, is electric, even if in vehicles, it’s a bit slow on the uptake. Keeping aside Tesla for the moment, most of the other brands are happy to jump into the new venue of profitability, one that also gets them an environmentally-friendly tag along with better sales.To get more news about high quality electric motorcycle, you can visit davincimotor.com official website.

And if cars are doing it, why should motorcycles be far behind? This is why almost every motorcycle brand there is churning out an electric model, and new companies are popping in now and then as well to add to the fray.

Despite 2020 being a bit of a doozy year, and many new launches being delayed, it seems 2021 might just be the year of the best electric motorcycles there are, the ones that have enough thrilling power but come with no harm to the Earth.When the future is electric, you don’t have to go gas, right? And that’s what electric motorcycle make Lightning believes, and it truly did “Strike” before the thunder. With a top speed of 150 mph, this Lightning Strike Carbon Edition is the highest trim of the lot, with a 20 kWh battery delivering 150 miles per charge.
The sleek and good looks of the motorcycle do not hurt, and the 120 horsepower also goes into making this a truly electrifying ride.

When Harley Davidson decides to go electric, you bet your batteries, it will do a good job with it. This is why the LiveWire motorcycle is not only electric, it also comes with electrifying acceleration, the same kind the gas-powered Harleys do.

With a 146-mile range on a single charge and a 0-60 mph sprint in under 3 seconds, this is one cool e-motorcycle for 2021. The top speed is a thrilling 95 mph, and with the LiveWire you get every bit the same fun you get with a traditional HD.

The Zero SR/F by Zero Motorcycles, the brand name being a play on zero emissions, does not come cheap. At almost $20,000, this motorcycle goes up to top speeds of 124 mph and can zip 0-62 mph in about 4 seconds.

It comes with good aesthetics and a 14.4 kWh lithium-ion battery and weighs less than 300 pounds. This is the kind of motorcycle that can leave gas-powered goliaths sputtering behind, as it zips down the road, with the rider having nary a fear of pollution, of any kind.

The British-based Arc Vector bears a rather modern and catchy café racer look and considering it can zip 0-60 mph in under three seconds, the snobbish air is well deserved. The top speed is 125 mph and it runs on a battery by Samsung.

While the Vector bears neither clutch nor gears, it does please the rider with variable power modes as well as a cruise control feature. The range is a whopping 270 miles on a single 40-minute charge.

The company calls itself Fuell (By Eric Buell, of course), and it's an acronym for everything “Freedom, Urban, Electric, Love, Life” and nothing fuel at all. The soon-to-be-launched wedge-like motorcycle gets fully charged in 30 minutes and that can take you 150 miles with ease.

Replete with an anti-collision system as well as ABS, the Fuell Fllow is fun at top speeds of 85 mph, and has an insane acceleration as well, reaching from 0 to 60 mph in about 2.7 seconds. It’s stylish, safe, and eschews gas – what more do you want in a motorcycle?

Want an Italian motorcycle but want to go electric? The Energica EVA EsseEsse9+ (as in SS 9+) charges itself in 4o minutes and takes you 143 miles on the highway on it, at speeds of 125 mph. The 109 horsepower also means you can whiz 0-60 mph in 2.6 seconds.

It also comes with another 148 ft-lb of torque, and there’s a VCU – a vehicle control unit that controls the battery, inverter, and ABS. Plus the motorcycle comes with four driving modes as well for ultimate riding joy.

With Europe, UK, and the US already on the list, here’s one from Canada, and it claims to be one of the safest ones yet. The Hypersport Pro comes with a 200+ city and 300+ highway mile range, and can also reach a top speed of 200 mph.
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