Zero Motorcycles Announces Expanded 2024 Product Line

The world’s largest all-electric motorcycle line has grown further with the inclusion of the best available range-per-dollar values in the industry.

Zero Motorcycles unveiled its model year 2024 product line complete with several all-new models. Headlined by new mid-power options, the 2024 product line represents an expansion of the company’s vast array of products that are already purchased by more of the world’s motorcycle-riding population than any other electric manufacturer.

“Every innovation from Zero Motorcycles stands as a testament to over 16 years of relentless development and a staggering 165 million miles ridden by our loyal owners,” said Sam Paschel, Zero Motorcycles CEO. “In an industry where every launch from Zero shapes history, we are proud to unveil the latest chapters in our legacy.”

With as many as 1 billion motorcyclists globally in the market, Zero is the only brand that addresses the full breadth and diversity of riders’ needs. While the electric motorcycle market sees occasional single-model electric vehicle (EV) entries from traditional internal combustion engine companies, Zero continues to lead by ensuring every rider, from the seasoned enthusiast to the novice, has an electric option tailored to him or her. The unmatched lineup from Zero, the most extensive from any full-sized electric motorcycle manufacturer worldwide, is evidence of our commitment.

S-Line’s Evolution: Meet the All-New Model S

2024 S
Zero Motorcycles 2024 S

Building upon the stellar reputation of the groundbreaking SR/F and SR/S models, Zero is proud to introduce the all-new Model S. The 2024 Model S offers the best battery value in the industry thanks to its 14.4-kilowatt-hour battery and an MSRP below $15,000. Boasting an all-new motor, the S is optimized for striking the ideal balance of performance to efficiency and, with twice the battery capacity of its predecessor, the new Model S is a true game-changer. The 2024 S joins the SR (exclusively for European markets), SR/F and fully faired SR/S as the most complete line of full-sized electric street motorcycles.

DS-Line: Unrivaled and Unyielding

2024 DS
Zero Motorcycles 2024 DS

Following the incredible response to the launch of our DSR/X last year, Zero Motorcycles is thrilled to announce the expansion of the category-defining DS-Line with the introduction of the next-generation DS and DSR models. As with Zero’s other dual-sport offerings, these bikes exemplify Zero’s dedication to innovation and rider satisfaction and share the same reinforced chassis, extra durable Gates carbon belt drive and many other off-road specific benefits that the DSR/X offers.

Growth With Every Ride

Exclusive to Zero, riders in Europe and the rest of the world can now experience 11-kilowatt offerings for the FXE, S and DS. Moreover, the 2024 SR and DSR models come as the first A2 license-compliant models from Zero as well as being the first and only electric motorcycles on the market to enable simple dealer-installed upgrades to A3 license-compliant performance. A revolutionary concept, this allows the motorcycles to evolve with the rider, something that’s impractical for internal-combustion-engine (ICE) bikes and unheard of in other electric offerings. These industry leading innovations are a direct result of Zero’s clear technological superiority and deep commitment to lead the electrification of the powersports industry.

In North America, the 2024 Model S is available for $14,995, the 2024 SR/F for $20,495 and the 2024 SR/S for $20,995. The North American dual-sport motorcycles, beginning with the all-new DS, sell for $15,995; the all-new DSR is available at $19,995; and the pinnacle electric adventure bike, the DSR/X, is available for $22,995. Additionally, the FXE returns for 2024 and retails at $12,495, while the popular FX sells for $12,495, as well.

For complete technical specifications and more information on the all-new models from Zero, or to find your local authorized Zero Motorcycles Dealer, visit zeromotorcycles.com today.

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