CFMOTO builds 120km/h, 150km range electric 300GT-E police bike
CFMOTO has unveiled their first electric motorcycle while laying the foundations for the fast-growing company’s forthcoming electric sub-brand. CFMOTO say that the 300GT-E represents the first steps towards investing heavily in a sustainable future of renewable-energy vehicles.
Purpose-built to meet the demands of police departments across China’s mega cities, the CFMOTO 300GT-E features a vast array of technology including an efficient electric drivetrain, smart connectivity and rider safety.
At the heart of the CFMOTO 300GT-E is a water-cooled power drive which, along with a high-density lithium battery cell, is mid-mounted for a low centre of gravity and better handling characteristics much like similar electric motorcycles. The 300GT-E has a power output of 18kW and a top speed of 120km/h while the battery cell has a claimed range of 150km with fast-charge capabilities.
The integrated onboard connectivity system was made to accommodate police communications, thus interlinking with police databases. The bike also features support for cloud-based vehicle status and live location updates, built-in satellite navigation via a 7.0-inch TFT screen as well as keyless ignition.
The 300GT-E comes after CFMOTO’s recently launched 1250J police and state guest escort motorcycle, which debuted the company’s 140hp/120Nm 1279cc liquid-cooled V-twin derived from CFMOTO’s joint venture with KTM.
CFMOTO 300GT-E Highlights.
- Bosch ABS
- An inverted fork and monoshock rear
- A height-adjustable windscreen
- 17-inch alloy wheels
- Distinctive LED lighting.
- 120km/h top speed
- 150km range with fast-charge capability