At the Milan motorcycle trade fair EICMA (-12.11.), Zero will be showcasing the S, DS and DSR models, which have been completely revamped for 2024, as well as the revised SR. The global market leader is thus aiming to appeal more strongly to newcomers than before. With the exception of the FX and FXE, all Zero motorcycles now have the same basic frame and chassis layout in many areas, as well as stability control from Bosch. More identical parts should also make the models more affordable.
The A1 driving license category includes the road-oriented entry-level model S and the adventure bike DS. The more powerful DSR and - newly positioned - the SR naked bike are aimed at A2 riders. In future, dealers will be able to convert both to 52 kW (70 hp) power and the open class with little effort. As a special model, the DSR/X "Black Forest Edition" rolls into the model range with travel equipment as standard and offers a price advantage of around 1500 euros with the accessories.
In Germany Zero starts at 13,780 euros for the FX. The updated models start at 17,400 euros for the S. (aum)
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