The Savic Motorcycles team brought their A-game to Phillip Island, setting out to validate and fine-tune the sophisticated interplay between the C-Series mechanical design and custom-built software. Check out how the circuit testing went in the video Savic put out below… Press Release: Savic Australia¬†

 


Savic Phillip Island Test Key Highlights:

  • Achieved a top speed of 170 km/h with a targeted goal of 180 km/h
  • Conducted extensive high-load testing to assess the bikes’ endurance
  • Evaluated the thermal management systems under extreme conditions
  • Tested newly designed production-level suspension, significantly improving handling

“Our day at Phillip Island was a glimpse into the future of electric motorcycles,” said Dennis Savic, CEO & Founder of Savic Motorcycles. “We’re not just testing the limits of what’s possible. Getting so close to hitting our goal speed is a testament to the team’s hard work and the incredible potential of our motorcycles.”

The Savic Motorcycles team brought their A-game to Phillip Island, setting out to validate and fine-tune the sophisticated interplay between the C-Series mechanical design and custom-built software.

The Savic Motorcycles team brought their A-game to Phillip Island, setting out to validate and fine-tune the sophisticated interplay between the C-Series mechanical design and custom-built software.


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