They call it the motorcycle of the future. While we’re pretty sure motorcycles of the future are going to fly (flying vehicles have to happen sometime, right?), we do like the idea of taking the Zero FXE to the city streets now.
The newest entry-level addition to the outfit’s electric motorcycle fleet, the vehicle takes on a supermoto styling that, the outfit claims, has been inspired by the aesthetics of modern consumer tech.
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