Zero Motorcycles is the next step in motorcycle evolution
By combining the best aspects of a traditional motorcycle with today's most advanced technology, Zero produces high-performance electric motorcycles that are lightweight, efficient, fast and fun to ride.
Electric Vehicle Motors: Next Big Thing
EV motors have lasted for over 100 years on boats and their design changed slowly. Now some last only a few years and they are subject to rapid technology change and an acquisition frenzy. What is going on? The new IDTechEx report, "Electric Motors for Electric Vehicles: Land, Water, Air 2019-2029" explains and - in over 30 ten-year forecasts and roadmaps - predicts.
Winning Strategy for EV Electric Motors
The electric vehicle business will grow rapidly to over $1.5 billion in 2029, with the largest percentage being batteries. However, that percentage will peak with cost reduction and some being replaced by supercapacitors.
Technology analyst Luke Gear reports on his findings on Zero Motorcycles at the IDTechEx Show! USA 2018.
Electric motorcycles: the search for new markets
Zero Motorcycles have exhibited at the past two IDTechEx events, and typically showcase their sporty S and off-road DS models, as well as their impressive 45kW electric motors (designed from scratch in California and produced at a factory in China). This year, at the IDTechEx Show! in Santa Clara California, things were markedly different.
Technology analyst Luke Gear reports on his findings on Arcimoto at the IDTechEx Show! USA 2018.
Zero Motorcycles is the next step in motorcycle evolution. By combining the best aspects of a traditional motorcycle with today's most advanced technology, Zero produces high-performance electric motorcycles that are lightweight, efficient, fast and fun to ride.
A leader in EV motorbikes: ZeroMotorcycles
IDTechEx Chairman, Dr Peter Harrop, interviews Zero Motorcycles, a fully electric motorbike manufacturer. They discuss the companies history success and future targets.
Electric motorcycle front-runners at the IDTechEx Show!
Ever since the economic crisis, the motorcycle market in the U.S. has stagnated as the industry has struggled to attract younger, more safety-conscious riders. Electrification is the jump-start needed, and is why the likes of Harley Davidson, U.S. motorcycling icon and survivor of the great depression, is looking to re-invent itself by going electric.
Electric vehicles are the new material battleground
Electric vehicles are rapidly scaling up in production, but under the surface of this explosive growth there are significant competitions taking place across the supply chain.
How does the Vespa Elettrica stack up?
After surfacing its Vespa Elettrica concept at EICMA last year, a large motorcycle trade show known for these sort of announcements from manufacturers, Piaggio finally announced that it will go to production this September, and that it will take preorders in October with the first deliveries later that month.
Electric two-wheelers: a transition as important as electric cars?
IDTechEx expects growth of electric two-wheelers to accelerate internationally beyond Europe, the U.S. and China in the following years.
Update from the IDTechEx Show! in Berlin 2018.