The Italian manufacturer Soriano Motori presents the Giaguaro, its first electric motorcycle in the V1R , V1S and V1 Gara versions: a two-wheeler characterized by original shapes, high-level technical equipment and a particular double electric motor.
The design of the headlights, the suspension fork and, last but not least, the disc brakes mounted on the rims ensure an unusual look.
The price of the three versions is already known, starting from € 25,000 of the V1R version, going from € 29,000 of the V1S version up to € 30,000 of the more expensive V1 Gara.
The Duo-Flex drive technology is completely new: depending on the variant, the electric motor should deliver between 60 and 75 kW, which should ensure acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h of 4.4 seconds in the basic variant V1R. In the top V1 Gara model it should be 3.5 seconds.
All three versions are said to have a three-speed gearbox. The first gear should offer the optimum torque at lower speeds and can also be used as an engine brake when decelerating. The second gear is for the city, the third gear is for the long haul to reduce consumption.
The autonomy declared by the manufacturer does not leave you speechless: in fact, we are talking about 150 km, while the maximum speed should be 180 km/h.
You can pre-order and configure the Soriano Giaguaro electric motorcycle here: sorianomotori.eu.
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