Pursang Motorcycles, a Spanish electric motorcycle manufacturer, has started deliveries of its first electric motorcycle, which is called Pursang E-Track. The special launch edition, seen below, is restricted to 24 copies and has carbon finishes. The first units were delivered in Helmond, Netherlands.
Originally in production from 1967 to 1984, the Pursang E-Track electric motorcycle is an effort to reboot the regionally popular brand with a modern twist.
Pursang E-Track Image Gallery
In an exclusive interaction with ElectricVehicleWeb.in in May, Oriol Renart, CMO, Pursang Motorcycles, had said that the regular E-Track will cost €12,700, while the special edition (Founder’s Edition) with carbon finishes will retail at €13,700 including taxes. According to a new report from electricmotorcycles.news, the Pursang E-Track’s carbon variant costs €14,499 in the Netherlands.
Pursang focuses its strategy on Europe this year before looking to sell on other continents, which is expected in 2022. The company would in the future look for a distributor in India, and Renart believes that India is the future of the world for electric motorcycles. He confirmed that Pursang has a planned production of 400 motorcycles for 2021, most of which have already received pre-orders from different dealers in Europe.
Pursang E-Track Image Gallery – Studio Images
Pursang unveiled the production version of the E-Track motorcycle at the beginning of 2020. The E-Track is powered by a triple-battery pack each with a capacity of 2.4 kWh, taking the total energy capacity to 7.2 kWh. An 11 kW Bosch motor drives the motorcycle up to a maximum speed of 120 km/h. The complete battery pack, which can be charged in six hours to full capacity, offers a range of up to 140 km in a single charge.
The E-Track is built on Tubular Chrome-Molybdenum frame and is fitted with 41 mm fork, adjustable shock absorber, 320 mm front and 240 mm rear floating disc brakes, 18-inch wheels with Pirelli Scorpio tyres. The new electric bike comes with a Crawl mode as well, which lets the rider have his bike slowly ride alongside him/her while walking.
Pursang showcased another electric motorcycle, E-Street, but the bike is yet to be listed on the company’s website. The E-Street is powered by an 8 kW motor and dual-battery pack with a total capacity of 4.8 kWh. This bike offers a range of up to 100 km per charge and can go up to a maximum speed of 100 km/h. Renart says that Pursang is focused on the E-Track and the pre-orders received are for the E-Track only. While the E-Street is still on the agenda, a launch date is not set.
Pursang E-Track Specifications
- Motor: 11 kW Bosch
- Range: 140 km
- Battery: 3 of 48 V
- Power Capacity : 7.2 kW
- Maximum Current: 120 A
- Energy Volume: 250 Wh
- Primary Transmission: By belt
- Secondary Transmission: By chain
Frame / Brakes / Suspension
- Frame: Tubular Chrome-Moly
- Sub-Frame: Tubular Chrome-Moly
- Body: Laminated Carbon
- Front Brake: 320 mm Floating Disc
- Rear Brake: 240 mm Floating Disc
- Front Suspension: 41 mm Inverted Fork
- Rear Suspension: Adjustable Damper
- Front wheel: MT90 120 / 80- R18
- Rear wheel: MT90 150 / 70- R18
- Weight: 147 kg
- Wheelbase: 1437 mm
- Height from ground: 240 mm
- Seat Height: 815 mm
Image & video courtesy: Pursang Motorcycles