Urbet is a Spanish manufacturer of inexpensive electric motorcycles. The latest model corresponds to the 125 class (le3) and costs around 7,000 euros.
The Urbet brand, based in Marbella in southern Spain, has managed to draw attention to itself with its small and affordable electric motorcycles. Especially with the 3 kW strong and really sloping one I cities for around 2,700 euros, the brand got talking. Now follows with the Urbet Nura, an electric motorcycle of the 125cc class.
Urbet Nura wiegt 150 Kilo
The 8 kW motor sits as a hub motor in the rear wheel and drives the Urbet Nura up to a top speed of 140 km / h. A 7.2 kWh lithium-ion battery provides the juice, which should enable a range of between 120 and 190 kilometers. The weight of the nura is said to be 150 kilograms.
Upside-down fork, aluminum swingarm, double disc brakes at the front and ABS as well as 17-inch rims with tire dimensions 110 / 70-17 at the front and 150 / 70-17 at the rear are further key data of the new electric motorcycle. In total, it is 1,980 millimeters long, 580 millimeters wide and exactly one meter high. There is currently no information about the seat height.
But the price is known: 7,024.79 euros are given on the Spanish website. The VAT is already included here, which is why the price may change depending on the country. Customs and shipping costs are also not included in the price. The Urbet Nura is available in black and gray.
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