The Spanish company Urbet has revealed its newest electric motorcycle currently being manufactured in China: Nura.
The Urbet Nura has a nominal output of 8 kW (peak output 15 kW) and a top speed of 140 km / h. The battery has a capacity of 7.2 kWh and should enable a range of at least 120 and a maximum of 190 kilometres. The Urbet Nura can be driven with an A1 driver's license.
The Urbet Nura should weigh around 150 kilograms. The swingarm is made of aluminium, and the electric motorcycle has ABS and double disc brakes at the front.
La Urbet Nura will begin its distribution in Spain this month, and it will do so at a competitive price of 8,500 euros, VAT included. The electric motorcycle that in a first phase will be manufactured in China, but that will soon have a production line in Malaga that will allow manufacturing to be closer to its sales areas.
An interesting initiative that will allow the Andalusian brand to have a wide range of motorcycles and mopeds that will soon also be able to carry the stamp of manufactured in Spain.
Source > URBET
Motor: HUB QS 8Kw nominal
Battery: 72V 100aH (7.2 KW / h)
Controller: Sine wave
Maximum speed: 140 km / h
Autonomy: 120-190 km
Double hydraulic disc brake
Quick charge: Type2 connector 18 aH
Gas hydraulic suspension
Tires: 110/70 - 17 | 150/70 - 17
Weight: 150 kg
Size: 1980x580x1000 mm
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