CFMOTO has hit the switch on its global ZEEHO electric sub-brand with the debut of the Cyber concept vehicle, the production version is due to go on sale in China in the first half of 2021 before reaching Australian showrooms in 2022, so there is a little wait until you can be buzzing around on one.

The CFMOTO ZEEHO range will be hitting Australian showrooms in 2022.

Through CFMOTO’s collaboration with Kiska Design, CFMOTO say that ZEEHO electric vehicles are also aesthetically driven while integrating form with function for future generations. This symbiosis can clearly be seen and experienced throughout several design cues and junctions of materials of the Cyber concept. Examples of this include determined and progressive design coupled with the body lines, double-winglet neon lights and LED headlights.

As the first of several ZEEHO electric vehicles, the Cyber concept debuts ZEEHO’s Cobra powertrain, which comprises a 10kW mid-mounted and water-cooled IP6-certified electric motor delivering 21.3Nm. This gives the lightweight Cyber concept a claimed 0-50km/h sprint time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 110km/h.

The Cobra power plant has a claimed 0-50km/h sprint time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 110km/h.

Farasis Energy supplies the vehicle with a pouch-style 4kWh lithium-ion battery, thus providing the Cyber concept a claimed city commuter focused range of more than 130 kilometres between charges. Additionally, a fast-charging system recharges 80 per cent of the battery’s capacity within 30 minutes, to help eliminate range anxiety.

CFMOTO claim that the battery management system has a lifespan of 2500 cycles, or eight years, and a riding distance of up to 300,000km during operating temperatures between -20 and 55 degrees Celsius, making it suitable in most climates around the world.

CFMOTO claim that the battery management system has a lifespan of 2500 cycles.

The tech further extends to the fitment of six high-definition cameras for a complete 360-degree obstacle warning system. A Bosch stability control system provides the surety of control with safety during low-grip conditions and is controlled through ZEEHO’s ‘Just ride’ ride-by-wire system, which offers ‘Eco,’ ‘Street’ and ‘Sport’ riding modes.

Other technical highlights include Brembo brakes with ABS; adjustable suspension and Pirelli Diablo tyres paired with alloy wheels including an imposing disc-style rear with a chain drive. CFMOTO say that with its ‘Life Amplified’ philosophy, ZEEHO was conceived to provide a design-led lifestyle to young generations through tech-driven and environmentally-conscious urban mobility.

The electric scooters will be sporting Brembo brakes.

The ZEEHO app is a multifunctional integration of the vehicle which, in addition to battery status and navigation functions, provides a user-customisable dashboard; smart communications; keyless start and mobile unlock; voice commands; remote diagnostics as well as live vehicle tracking for vehicle security and traffic-appropriate integration of social networking.

“As electric bikes begin to spark motorcycling’s main grid, the time has come for CFMOTO to plug in and launch its highly-anticipated EV sub-brand,” CFMOTO Australia director Michael Poynton says. “Distinct design, tech and environmental consciousness underpin ZEEHO. For the Gen-Z riders of the world’s megacities, these represent the core fundamentals of urban mobility and similarly embody the guiding principles of ZEEHO. It’s going to be an electrifying ride.”

Adjustable suspension and Pirelli Diablo tyres paired with alloy wheels should give the scooter an edge of sportiness.


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CFMOTO ZEEHO Overview

  • CFMOTO debuts ZEEHO – a global electric sub-brand
  • Production version of Cyber concept due in Chinas showrooms in first half of 2021
  • Expected to arrive to Australian CFMOTO showrooms in 2022
  • Cobra powertrain: 10kW power
  • 110km/h top speed
  • 0-50km/h in 2.9 secs
  • 130km range
  • 80% fast charge in 30 mins

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