KYMCO, Taiwan’s leading motorcycle manufacturer, has officially debuted RevoNex, a heavy-duty electric motorcycle, at the 2019 EICMA Motorcycle Show in Milan, on Nov. 5.
The model, which is scheduled to hit the market in 2021, inherits many of the key features of its predecessor, SuperNex, which originally debuted at the EICMA show in 2018; Like the previous model, the new RevoNex can allow for flexible velocity adjustments via gear shifting, and features an advanced AAM (automatic acoustic management) system. “The model has been built on a cutting-edge electric-vehicle platform,” remarks Ke Sheng-feng, the chairman of KYMCO Group
With its use of a six-speed gearbox, the RevoNex can offer its users the pleasure of gear-shifting in driving and maximizing the function of their vehicles. The bike is capable of being accelerated to as high as 100 kilometers/second in 3.9 seconds and 205 kilometers/second in 11.8 seconds from a standstill position; at 2nd gear, the motorcycle can travel on the road at varying speeds. Its AAM system can be used to send out multi-layer sound waves, which can give the bike users a firm grip on the status of their vehicles.
Another key feature of the bike that is worth mentioning is its FEP (full engagement performance) system, which enables riders to navigate rough road surfaces easily and prevents the slipping of tires on wet roads.
(Collaborative media: TechNews, photo courtesy of KYMCO)