The electric future

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Re: The electric future

Postby Monty » 16 Sep 2020, 07:46

Just about to press the button on one of these.

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3 cylinder 140bhp turbo petrol on the front wheels and an 80bhp electric motor on the rear wheels. I really wanted to go full electric this time, but there's nothing on my company car level that would get me to London/Glasgow and part way back with out plugging it in. Hopefully, in the next 3 years there will be something cheaper with a real world 300 mile range.
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Re: The electric future

Postby Frankie » 16 Sep 2020, 08:20

I see posts from Zero bikes, they have some good looking machines, but they are still not giving enough miles per charge to make it worth looking at for fun. Not taking the cost of the thing into account though lol.....
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Re: The electric future

Postby Perkles » 17 Sep 2020, 05:34

In the real world the new jag has the best range
I’ve worked on production machines for hydrogen fuel cells in the past year,interesting technology
There is going to be a lot of vehicles in the near future that people can’t maintain
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