KTM has finally gotten around to unveiling their revised Freeride electric motorcycle, and it comes in three tasty flavours.
The KTM Freeride E-XS is similar to the original version we’ve been seeing in spy shots for the last few years – it’s a battery bike for the dirt. Then, there’s a version with lights, the Freeride E-XC – this is their dual sport version. Then, they’ve also unveiled a supermoto version, the E-SM.
The bikes make around 22 hp from their electric motors, and have a max torque output of 31 ft-lb. They weigh 110 kg, and recharge 80 per cent in 50 minutes. Word on the street is, these bikes ship with two battery packs, letting you recharge one while you hoon around on the second. That could be rumour, though.
Will these bikes make it to North America? Maybe, but at the glacial pace KTM sends new models over here, you might be waiting a while. And, they won’t be cheap.
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