The Super Soco TC Max cafe racer will get a performance upgrade for MY2021, Richard Jordan, CEO, Super Soco (UK), has revealed. The Super Soco TC Max is the same bike from which India’s Revolt RV300 and Revolt RV400 are derived.
In an interview with Vanessa Ruck aka TheGirlOnABike last month, Jordan was asked if there a ‘Super Soco Super Max’ is planned for launch. “We have already upgraded the TC Max for this model year,” Richardson said in response. “It was launched in 2019, and this model year has 10 km (range) now more than the older one and there will be another refresh coming through,” he added.
The Super Soco TC Max will likely be able to achieve a top speed higher than the current 95 km/h. “Don’t have all of the specs for it yet, but I’m hoping that we will be able to add a little bit on top of that top speed,” Jordan said.
The Super Soco TC Max uses a single 72 V, 45 Ah or 3.24 kWh Lithium-ion battery pack as standard. Its motor generates a max output of 5 kW or 7 PS of power and 180 Nm of torque. Super Soco says that the TC Max can achieve a range of 95 km with a rider weight of 75 kg and at a 40 km/h constant speed.
The Super Soco TC Max retails at EUR 4,999 or INR 4.41 lakh in Germany. At the end of the interview, Jordan was asked what he would like to say to anyone who is considering to try an EV. Below is what he said:
It’s a lot cheaper, it’s more reliable and easier to maintain. It’s a lot less dirty; there’s no oils, there’s nothing to be changed. And it’s also good for the environment.Richard Jordan, CEO, Super Soco (UK)
Source: youtube.com/Motorcycle Live