Electrification in motorcycle models is increasingly developing. Starting with a scooter, then moving to motorsport, and now there is a custom motorbike using a full battery-powered drive circuit called Droog DM-016.
The builder from the United States, Droog Moto, is reportedly working on a retro-style motorbike concept using electricity as the main source of power for the propulsion.
Droog Moto states that the powertrain that pushes this e-motorbike is capable of producing 46 HP of power and 105 Nm of torque. There are two battery options available for the DM-016 E-Fighter, a battery with a capacity of 3.6 kWh or 7.2 kWh.
To increase the efficiency of battery power consumption, the Droog DM-016 uses Zero Amp 550 technology to manage regenerative energy from braking.
The DM-016 E-Fighter model carries a predominantly black color to its exterior design. In addition, the e-motorbike uses LED technology headlights. The dashboard uses an LCD with a blue backlight to clearly display information.
The body panels are mostly handcrafted, made of aluminum and steel to give it a modern retro feel. The Droog Moto also offers aluminum-alloy wheels or tubeless custom aperture settings for conventional wheels or standard wheel models.
Consumers also have the option of rims paired with Pirelli Scorpion Rally tires, to be able to bulldoze all-terrain on. Droog Moto also has an upside-down front suspension, while there is a monoshock type damper on the rear side.
Packed with features and engine performance, the DM-016 has a scrambler character that can compromise off-road tracks and drive in urban areas. Plus, in terms of performance, the motorbike is able to compete with other rivals with similar characteristics.
With the design, it adopted, its performance, and the toughness of the electric motorcycle, the DM-016 E-Fighter can be ordered through the official website for $ 32,500.