Chinese company CFMoto has released a new EV brand called Zeeho and unveiled its first product – the Zeeho Cyber Concept. The road-ready version of the Zeeho Cyber Concept will enter production in the first half of 2021.
The Zeeho Cyber Concept features a very sporty design in a sleek and compact build. It is designed for EV customers putting a strong emphasis on performance and technology. The Cyber Concept flaunts double winglet neon lights, LED headlights and a large digital dashboard with Wi-Fi, GPS and more. The new electric scooter’s most interesting piece of tech is a 360-degree camera system, though.
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CFMoto says that it is the Zeeho Cyber Concept has been “manufactured with the same high-tech processes as used by KTM.” That makes us wonder if its main challenger would be the upcoming KTM electric scooter that will be developed using the platform of Bajaj Chetak.
Powering the Zeeho Cyber Concept is a mid-mounted, water-cooled, IP67-rated ‘Cobra’ motor that has a high energy conversion efficiency of 92%. This motor generates 10 kW of power and 213 Nm of torque (at the wheel). The Cyber Concept can reach 0-50 km/h in just 2.9 seconds and achieve a top speed of 110 km/h. Three ride modes are available: Eco, Street and Sport. The new electric scooter uses Pirelli tyres and 215 mm Brembo disc brakes.
The energy source of the Zeeho Cyber Concept is a 4 kWh Lithium-ion battery pack that gives a range (NEDC) of more than 130 km. The battery pack has a lifespan of 2,500 cycles/8 years/3 lakh km. Its wide operating temperatures ranging from -20° to 55° make ensure that the scooter is usable in varied climatic conditions across the globe. It can be charged to 80% capacity in just half an hour.
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With CFMoto is already present in India through a partnership with Anvita Autotech Works, the possibility of Zeeho making it to our shore someday does exist. During the presentation of the Zeeho Cyber Concept, a teaser indicated that there will be four Zeeho EVs in the not-so-distant future, including a Zeeho electric bike, which could be an interesting option and worth studying the feasibility of in the world’s largest motorcycle market.