Though Savic Bikes is but to launch its electrical Savic C-Sequence motorbike, it has introduced a variety of three “colors” and different choices.
Australia’s first full-size electrical motorbike firm was to ship the primary batch of fifty bikes to clients by final December.
Nonetheless, firm founder and designer Denis Savic says they’ve been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic and a delay in authorities help.
The Melbourne-based firm just lately secured $1.83 million in funding together with contributions from the Victorian Authorities and co-investment of $657,000 from the Federal Authorities’s Superior Manufacturing Development Centre (AMGC).
Denis says this may enable them to ship 20 bikes within the final quarter of 2022 with full manufacturing in 2023.
The C-Sequence consists of the 40kW Delta at $A19,990 journey away and the 60kw Alpha at $A26,990.
It’s powered by a 16kWh lithium-ion battery that may be charged to 80% in beneath 4 hours and ship metropolis vary of as much as 250km.
Savic Bikes has launched a web site with a customized “Motorbike Configurator” that enables clients to ‘construct’ a bike to their desired specs.
Whereas all prototypes have to this point been silver, the configurator permits clients to selected from silver, matte black and “radiate aluminium” with the latter costing an additional $2000.
There are additionally black and silver badge choices, tan and black leather-based seat trims and inventory suspension or a Wilbers improve for an additional $3500.
In the meantime, they’ve additionally launched Savic Clothes which they are saying will embrace a variety of “moral streetwear”.
They’re additionally creating an “eco-friendly clothes line with a equally eco-conscious packaging expertise utilizing recyclable and totally compostable cardboard”.
Click on right here to check out their summer season assortment which options t-shirts, beanies, hoodies and sweatshirts.