Published on January 29th, 2014 | by Jo Borrás2
Electroforce Electric Motorcycle Debuts in Beijing
January 29th, 2014 by Jo Borrás
It’s called the Electroforce Motors Mu, and it’s meant to be a high-quality, high-performance alternative to the cars and buses that are currently pumping staggering amounts of pollution into the air above Beijing’s heavily congested city streets.
The bike’s makers hope the Electroforce Mu’s slick (if not totally original) body work and build quality will help it succeed in Beijing, but there could be more obstacles to overcome before that happens. Here’s more on the new bike in an article that was originally published at Gas 2.
Founded by three Beijing engineers three years ago, Electroforce recently unveiled its first production electric motorcycle. Shown here, the Electroforce will reach dealers in Beijing and Shanghai this March, with a price tag of about 30,000 yuan (approx…
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