$7,800 off-road electric motorcycle unveiled
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The District Scrambler electric motorcycle will be offered in off-road and city versions. Its range is 193 km.
The American company LAND Moto has introduced a new off-road electric motorcycle District Scrambler. It is great not only for off-road, but also for city trips. Details are available on the Autoevolution website.
The District Scrambler balances between an electric motorcycle and a bicycle. It is compact and easy to manage.
The wheelbase of the motorcycle is 1219 mm. Its seat height can be adjusted from 787mm to 813mm.
The District Scrambler has darkened aluminum wheels and a set of studded tires. They are perfect for off-road driving.
The bike comes with replaceable CORE battery packs. They can also be used to charge electronic gadgets. The power reserve is 193 km on a single charge.
The District Scrambler is driven by an electric motor with a capacity of 23 hp and a torque of 280 Nm. The bike has a top speed of over 116 km/h.
The District Scrambler has four riding modes:
- eBike – speed limited to 44 km/h
- eMoped – speed limited to 64 km/h
- eMotorcycle – speed limited to 113 km/h
- Performance Mode — no speed limit
District Scrambler will be offered in off-road and urban versions. The second variant comes with various road lighting components, including a 3240 lumen round LED headlight, LED taillight and full LED indicators.
The new electric motorcycle is already available order on the LAND Moto website. Prices start at $7,800.