A pioneer in electric mobility, the Californian manufacturer Zero Motorcycles is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. For the occasion, the firm has teamed up with the National Forest Foundation to offer a special series of the DSR available in five colors inspired by nature.
It has already been fifteen years since Zero Motorcycles embarked on electric mobility by offering ever more technologically advanced two-wheelers. The longevity and precocity that today make Zero the leader in the segment.
To celebrate its fifteenth anniversary, Zero has just unveiled a special series of its in-house trail, the DSR. With five colorways inspired by nature, the Zero DSR Anniversary is also marketed in association with the National Forest Foundation.
Performance and Price
Available in several colors, the Zero Anniversary Edition DSR uses the same technical platform as the base model. Capable of delivering up to 52 kW of power and 157 Nm of torque, the Z-Force 75-7 engine allows up to 164 km / h of top speed.
The battery accumulates 14.4 kWh of energy capacity. It provides more than 250 kilometers of range on a single charge. In the United States, this limited-edition series is priced at $ 15,495.
For each electric motorcycle sold, Zero pledged to donate $ 500 to the North American Forest Protection Foundation. An association explained by Sam Paschel, P.-D.G. from Zero Motorcycles: “Zero was founded out of a passion for off-road motorcycles, which could be driven in the mountains of Santa Cruz.