Today, Pursang Motorcycles delivered the first E-Track’s (Carbon version) at the E-center Showroom on the Automotive Campus (Helmond, The Netherlands). Soon, THE PACK will publish a complete test review (If Corona allows me to leave the country). But for now on, we’ll show you the first pictures of the real production model.
Source: E-center | The PURSANG E-Track represents a new concept of electric motorcycles made for motorcycle enthusiasts. It is an elegant motorcycle ideal for journeys in and out of the city. The E-Track is powered by an 11kW Bosch motor that uses three 48V batteries and has a total power of 7.2kW (2.4kW per battery). This gives the E-Track 120 kilometers range and a maximum speed of 120 km / h. It takes 6 hours to charge the batteries.
The E-Track has 3 driving modes: Go, Cruise and Boost. The bike also has a “Crawl” mode, which allows the E-Track to slowly ride alongside you while you walk. Crawl Reverse mode also helps facilitate various manoeuvres.
“Dressed up as a FLAT TRACK”
The E-Track has a high, wide handlebar and a body finish with that characteristic minimalistic Flat Track rear end. The E-Track model has 2 finishes: the standard finish or the more exclusive carbon finish.
The instrument panel comes to life with a color TFT display that shows speed, range, driving mode, temporary engine regeneration, turn signals, lights, etc. The E-Track can be connected to the Bosch app via Bluetooth.
Price: € 14,499,- | Available at E-center
E-center Benelux is a multi-brand retail shop and is a cooperation between Dutch importer Gert-Jan Rongen (Electric Motorbikes) and Guy Salens (THE PACK). The switch to electric driving is currently gaining momentum and potential customers are looking for clear information. It is the first time that such radical changes have taken place in the mobility sector. The motorcycle market is always a bit behind (compared to the car market), but E-center provides a catch-up manoeuvre. There are many start-ups with innovative ideas and affordable solutions. E-center brinsg these young electric motorcycle brands to the Benelux.