Emflux Teases New Electric Streetfighter Motorcycles
The performance electric bike maker is yet to launch the One, its superbike capable of reaching 200kmph
- Two versions of the naked bike have been teased -- Two and Two Plus.
- The Plus packs better performance and perhaps even better components.
- Both streetfighters have been derived from the One sportbike.
There might be a good reason why we haven’t heard much from Emflux. The Indian performance electric bike maker’s One sportbike is yet to head into production but since it is an indigenious product, the company wants to get it right straight from the start. Even though it will remain a premium brand, Emflux has confirmed that it will make relatively more affordable motorcycles in the future by showcasing the Two and Two Plus.
The teased bikes are primarily streetfighter motorcycles derived from the Emflux One sportbike. While we can only see the bike’s front fascia, parallels can be drawn with the KTM 1290 Super Duke R and the KTM 790 Duke. The tank extensions proceed sharply forward, extending ahead of the USD fork. The LED headlights have an air-scoop on either side, possibly done to allow the heat sink to work efficiently. The info cluster is likely to be the same 7-inch colour TFT display also found on the One.
Emflux has released a few specs of both bikes too. The Two has a claimed top speed of 160kmph and could possibly do the 0-100kmph run in 4.5 seconds. The Plus is nearly a second quicker to 100kmph and boasts a top speed of 180kmph. The claimed range of the Emflux Two and Two Plus is 160km and 200km. The Emflux One in comparison is claimed to go from 0-100kmph in 3 seconds, has a claimed top speed of 200kmph and can go 200kmph on a single charge.
More details on the bikes will be revealed in the coming months as we can expect Emflux to make another big impression at the Auto Expo 2020.