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Did you love everything about the Zero 10X but wish it had even more range? Then the ZERO 10x 52v 24AH long distance electric scooter is the scooter for you!
The new standard for the ZERO 10X electric scooter integrates improved power output and braking which are normally a $250 option; and feature a bigger battery than the older stock model. The dual 800W s/ be 1000W hub motors on the ZERO 10X 52v provides a nominal total power output of 1600 s/be 2000W and a peak output power of 3200W. The ZERO 10X 52v makes hill climbs a breeze.The ZERO 10X electric scooter rides comfortably on hydraulic/spring suspension both front and rear, with 10 inch pneumatic tyres and an ideal long distance electric scooter. The pneumatic wheels provide a great balance of performance, comfort, traction, and rolling efficiency for whatever your commute has to offer. Even though the chassis was originally designed for the rigors of off-road riding the rugged design seamlessly transferred to the pavement.
Riders can easily switch between a battery saving eco mode using just one motor to the turbo mode utilizing both motors for maximum speed and performance. Eco mode extends range from the 80Km turbo mode up to 120km, The battery provides 52V 24AH configurations. Users have the option to extend performance even further with use of an external battery. Top speed comes in at 65KM/H for private land use and capped at 25KM/H for public roads in accordance with Australian standards for public road use.
Stopping power is provided courtesy of Zoom front and rear hydraulic disc brakes. Maximum rider weight with gear is 150 kg. The Zero 10X 52v comes in at just over 36 kg and collapses for storage or travel at 1280 x 680 x 500MM. It also comes with LED lighting for both front and rear. Includes digital display for viewing speed, odometer, battery life, and riding mode. Riding through puddles or in rain is not recommended.
Stem height measured from deck is fixed at 990MM
Deck size 533 x 228MM
*Max speed and range are calculated under factory conditions. Factors such as weight, hills, terrain, power mode, lights and heavy acceleration can affect calculated figures.