Introduced Kymco RevoNex electric bike with manual gearboxNovember 28, 2019
Electric bike are now very similar to each other. Kymco decided to stand out from the rest and introduced the RevoNex 2021 bike with manual transmission, which produces a fairly low hum – this creates the maximum feeling of driving a motorcycle.
At the moment, the production of electric bikes is a real trend for motorcycle manufacturers. Electric motorcycles are produced by both popular companies and startups. Moreover, they are all technically similar. Often, just take a battery pack from one of the well-known manufacturers and an electric motor. Unless the design, chassis and standard equipment are selected and created independently, depending on the selected price segment.
Among all electric cycles, Kymco RevoNex of 2021 is especially notable. It is equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox. Thus, it is more like a motorcycle familiar to many. The company also said that the bike received a special power unit.
We are talking about AAM (Active Acoustic Motor) – a multi-frequency acoustic generator, as the Korean company calls it. Engineers note that it produces a very low hum, which, together with the manual transmission, creates the maximum feeling of driving an ordinary motorcycle. Although the gearbox did not get a clutch, it is still much better than one long gear, which creates the feeling of controlling a scooter.
The technical characteristics of new items are not reported. However, it is known that the bike is built on an aluminum space frame, equipped with Ohlins adjustable suspensions, Brembo radial brakes and a rich package of security systems.
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in the Kymco RevoNex 2021 takes 3.9 seconds, and the maximum speed reaches 203 km / h.
In appearance, the novelty looks ready to debut, so there is no doubt in its launch in the year 2021.
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