Super Soco Is All Set To Unveil Three Electric Motorcycles

Modified On Feb 24, 2021 12:33 PM By Punya Sharma

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The lineup will have a total of four new offerings

  • Three new motorcycles and a concept vehicle will be unveiled in the presentation.
  • The presentation is scheduled to take place today.
  • The new motorcycles could be new trims of Super Soco’s existing motorcycles.

After months of teasing, Super Soco is all set to unveil its 2021 lineup. The Chinese brand is expected to reveal four new products: three motorcycles and a concept. The event will be live streamed on Super Soco’s social media channels and a MotoGP champion, whose name is yet to be revealed, will present the new motorcycles. 

The upcoming motorcycles could even be new variants of Super Soco’s existing two-wheeler lineup which comprises the TC, TC MAX, TS, and the TSX e-bikes. Since the brand recently teased the TC Wanderer and the Street Hunter, we expect them to be a part of the presentation. 

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While not much is known at the moment, judging from Super Soco’s current lineup, one can expect the new models to pack quite a lot. Features such as full-LED lighting, alloy wheels, and USD fork could come standard across the range. Besides, the motorcycles are likely to boast of a round digital-analogue instrument cluster with smartphone connectivity. 

Expect all motorcycles to have performance figures similar to Super Soco’s existing offerings. For reference, the TC MAX makes 5kW of peak power and 180Nm of torque with a claimed top speed of 95kmph and 110km of range. We expect slightly better performance from the upcoming bikes.

While chances are slim, if Super Soco launches its new bikes here, they will rival the Revolt RV400 (based on the Super Soco TS) and the recently launched Kabira electric motorcycles, the KM 3000 and the KM 4000. Interested in the Kabiras? Check out our review to find out whether they deserve your money.

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