Super Soco TC Wanderer, TS Street Hunter and CUMini E-Scooter Unveiled
The brand’s new offerings target a wider audience
Electric two-wheeler brand Super Soco has been teasing its upcoming retro model for quite a while. Now, finally the cat is out of the bag. The Chinese company has pulled the wraps off the TC Wanderer, along with the TS Street Hunter and a peppy e-scooter, called the CUmini. So, what are these electric two wheelers all about?
Super Soco TS Street Hunter
The Street Hunter is Super Soco’s latest model in the sporty TS lineup. This is the sportiest offering from the brand, but is aimed at new riders. Powered by a 2,500w hub motor, it is capable of producing a peak torque of 180Nm. Top speed is a claimed 75kmph, however, with three riding modes, the speed as well as the throttle response can be dialled down.
The motor is paired with a 32Ah battery, with a capacity of 3.84kWh that can take the bike up to 200km range… at 25kmph. So, the actual range may vary in normal riding. As for the hardware, it gets a USD fork up front and a monoshock, while braking duties are handled by discs at both ends, with CBS as standard.
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In terms of design, the bike has a muscular styling and is eerily similar to the BMW G 310 R. Hilariously, in spite of boasting a top speed of well under 100kmph, the electric motorcycle sports “aerodynamic winglets” for added stability and control, so claims Super Soco.
Super Soco TC Wanderer
The Wanderer is essentially the Street Hunter in different clothing. Shedding the modern avatar, the Wanderer is for people looking for a retro looking electric motorcycle. It carries the same motor, battery and has the same claimed range.
To add to its vintage appeal, it gets a flat, ribbed seat, a round headlight and an analog speedometer. Even the tyres are dual purpose, and look capable enough to handle broken roads.
Super Soco CUmini
This little e-scooter is the entry-level model in Super Soco’s portfolio. The CUMini is conceptualised purely for commuting. With a top speed of 45kmph, riders are not required to possess a motorcycle license to ride the CUmini in the European market.
As for the battery, the 20Ah battery has a capacity of 960Wh, which translates to 60-70km of range on the e-scooter. Features include Geo fencing, alarm, battery charge, all of which can be controlled via the brand’s app.
Super Soco has not divulged any details on pricing or the availability of these products yet. It is unlikely that these will make it to India. That said, a couple of years of ago, Revolt was spotted testing a similar retro electric motorcycle in India. Maybe it could finally see the light of the day now.
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