KYMCO Launches SuperNEX and RevoNEX Electric Motorcycles, And Brings MV Agusta’s Electric Scooter To Life with KYMCO’s Ionex Platform at EICMA 2022
KYMCO showcase the new SuperNEX and RevoNEX in their stylish new design at EICMA 2022. Back in 2018 KYMCO first announced the launch of KYMCO SuperNEX, and in 2019 the launch of KYMCO RevoNEX, a high performance all-electric street bike that wishes to redefines the category. Now, the company presents a new and stylish design for both models.
With an unconventional design aesthetic and futuristic architecture, the two models share a similar honeycomb bodywork. Both SuperNEX and RevoNEX have distinctive hexagon air tunnel clusters to guide air flow exchange and give it a standing out design from other motorbikes.
The company has yet to reveal anything further about the technical details, although both models appear to have changed quite a lot.
We spotted a Brembo brake calipers with heavy duty dual front discs and upside down fork as well as the TFT display on both bikes. The The SuperNEX will be using a chain drive while the RevoNEX will use a belt drive.
Both bikes share another interesting feature, a conventional gear shifter. Whether the lever connects to a gearbox or an emulator is unclear, however.
One fact we have learned already, is that the RevoNEX will be manufactured in Italy, as KYMCO previously announced, which means the SuperNEX is likely to be as well.
When the RevoNEX was first unveiled it was claimed to have a top speed of 127mph (205 km/h) reaching a 0-60mph time of 3.9 seconds. But since the initial debut, we have not heard any confirmation on those specifications again. It’s quite clear that the SuperNEX will carry the top performance specs.
Allen Ko, KYMCO Chairman.
“By expanding on what riders truly want, KYMCO has architected the most compelling course toward the era of high-performance electric motorbikes. KYMCO SuperNEX and RevoNEX expand on the original design philosophy that gives riders five distinctive experiences: the joy of shifting, the thrills of performance, the assurance of control, the sensation of sound, and the versatility of driving modes,”