The electric Indian FTR is coming

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The electric Indian FTR is coming




What is intended with this agreement is that Zero can adapt and improve the electric motor that its models already equip.


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What is intended with this agreement is that Zero can adapt and improve the electric motor that its models already equip.


American motorcycle, snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle manufacturer Polaris has entered into a 10-year technology exchange agreement with Zero Motorcycles.

With this, they will invest in the manufacture of electric motors for the off road and snow models, so that by 2025 each version that Polaris offers within its product portfolio will have a 100% electric option.

Do not forget that Indian Motorcycles is in the hands of Polaris and that in June the registration of the EFTR, an electric alternative to the Indian FTR1200, was released.






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All this with the aim of competing directly with the Harley-Davidson LiveWire, with 105 HP and 235 km of autonomy, taking into account that the naked Zero SR / F that rivals the Harley-Davidson motorcycle can be purchased for around $ 13,000 less than LiveWire.

What is intended with this agreement between both companies is that Zero Motorcycles can adapt and improve the electric motor that their models already equip, Zero SR / S and SR / F, which offer 110 hp and a range of 320 km, data very Similar to those offered by the Harley-Davidson Livewire but looking for a lower price.

Something that is a reality is that electrification is just around the corner and both on two wheels and four major brands are putting a lot of effort into the creation and development of new products with 100% electric propulsion, which is no longer the future to become our present.

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