The Australian Savic Motorcycles will offer three variation of battery and motor power on their C-series models.
The Aussie Savic Motorcycles offers a trio of motorcycles, and after delays in parts delivery due to covid effects, they now look into 2021 with renewed supply chains, and opening their ordering process. Savic was so far in pre-production stages, and have expended their facilities in order to increase production capacities for 2021. Their trio goes by the names of Alpha, Delta and Omega. The modern looking design is capturing, and falls anywhere between sportbike, cafe-racer, and naked electric.
The Savic electric motorcycle story began with Denis Savic, an entrepreneur that saw the personal expression in motorcycling. After first introducing their Alpha assembly, which was not working at the time, for QAGOMA (Gallery of Modern Art) exhibition in Brisbane, and shortly after preparing it for launch in November. He now sets into the coming year with intention to bring the motorcycles to assembly faster, and Savic has opened an order process starting with $100 to book your ‘build slot’. Total price will depend on the model you order.
Savic has takes much efforts in conveying their massage of uniqueness and statement in a motorcycle. They use a wide range of customized parts unique to their motorcycle. The design holds an aggressive look, with a riding position to match. The battery packed in a heat dissipation form, and a low cased cover that edges higher up to the motor and rear. The rear shows off a belt driven single sided swingarm that completes a great look.
The three models will be named Alpha, Delta and Omega. While the Alpha obviously carries the largest battery and motor, the pack holds 11kWh. A 60kW motor offering 80hp, that gives awesome torque of 190Nm. The Alpha can go 0-60 mph in only 3.5 seconds, and carries a range of 112 miles (200 km).
The Delta model will carry only 9kWh of battery power, and a smaller motor of 40kW, producing about 54hp. The battery on the Delta is estimated at 93 miles (150km) of range.
The last and most affordable ($9,690 US) will be the Omega model, offered with a 7kWH battery and the smallest 25kW motor, which still gets 33hp. Really decent range for the Omega with 75 miles (120km) estimated range.
After revealing it’s order process, Savic are opening their gates for production slots and beginning to assemble their bikes more rapidly as they look into 2021. After the great affect of 2020 over many of the starting companies in the space, Savic are another player that keeps to track and sets out to begin production for 2021.