2017 Zero FXS Electric Motorcycle
Stealthily dice through
any urban obstacle

Ride the City. Rail the Track.

Whether you’re charging through the inner city supermoto style or indulging in backroad shenanigans, the new Zero FXS is ready to push the limits. Delivering a nearly instantaneous 106 Nm of torque, up to 33 kW and weighing less than 135 kg, the Zero FXS is quick and agile. Suspension and brakes are ideally suited to the rigors of spirited riding, giving the rider greater control. 17-inch wheels and Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tires provide superior grip and corner control…for good reason: the throttle response is simply stunning. The Zero FXS takes supermoto to a new level. Think of it as supermoto on steroids.

No ride time is wasted thanks to its maintenance-free powertrain, and each kilometer covered costs only around one to two cents in electricity. With advanced ABS, fully adjustable suspension, dual projector beam headlights, alloy wheels and high performance street tires, it’s ready to hit the supermoto track or turn formerly mundane tasks into thrilling rides.

“This bike provides more effortless fun than I can ever remember experiencing on a street bike.”
– Ride Apart
“Verdict: Brilliantly fun.”
– Motorcyclist
“In tight corners, this thing is as fun and fast as anything I’ve ridden.”
– Gizmag (NewAtlas.com)
“Seeing how there’s no noisy engine waking up the whole neighborhood, I hoon in near silence.”
– Maxim
“It’s impossible for me to curb my enthusiasm, so I’m going to blurt it out—
I’m totally smitten by the new 2016 Zero FXS ZF6.5 electric motorcycle!”
– Ultimate Motorcycling
2017 Zero FXS Upper View

2017 Advancements

Upgraded Power Packs with a New Five-Year, Unlimited-Mileage Warranty
11% More Torque. 5% Increase in Power. Smoother Delivery.
Wider, Stronger Drive Belt
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News, Highlights and More
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