World’s largest electric motorcycle set to revolutionize the industry

  • This new EV motorcycle is set to revolutionise the industry
  • Its launch date has not been confirmed yet
  • The Tooz has a charging time unlike any other electric motorcyle on the market

Published on Jun 14, 2024 at 8:59 PM (UTC+4)
by Ben Thompson

Last updated on Jun 16, 2024 at 9:07 AM (UTC+4)
Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

The world’s largest electric motorcycle has been announced – and it’s set to revolutionize the EV industry.

Felo showcased their new product at the 45th Bangkok International Motor Show.

And it’s pretty impressive.

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What does the electric motorcycle have to offer?

According to reporting by Interesting Engineering, the Felo Tooz has a top speed of 201 km/h (125mph) and a range of 725 km (450 miles) per charge.

It’s the largest electric motorcycle with this impressive range.

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In addition to its unparalleled speed, the Tooz has smartphone connectivity – much like this vintage Toyota, unexpectedly – multimedia playback, and a central hub for navigation.

Not only that, but it also has extremely fast charging turnaround.

You can take the vehicle’s charge from 20-80 percent in just 20 minutes, as Tooz supports TYPE2 charging.

By comparison, most electric motorcycles take around four hours to charge with a household charge.

And fast charging is a big conversation at the moment with scientists managing to power an EV with a 100 kW wireless charger in 20 minutes.

Speed of the cars themselves is also a hot topic, as the Aspark OWL SP600 prototype recently became the world’s fastest electric hypercar after clocking monumental speed.

When is the Tooz coming out?

An official launch date has not been confirmed as of yet, but the attendees at the Bangkok Motor Show were impressed.

There is speculation that the Tooz could be released within the next few months.

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The Tooz is just one of many new EVs entering the market, which has become increasingly accessible in recent years.

In addition to the vehicles becoming more affordable, consumers are also projected to save $1,500 on gas and maintenance each year.

With a Department of Energy study indicating that gas-powered cars generate 10,000 pounds more carbon pollution, it’s no wonder EVs are on the increase.

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Ben Thompson

Ben got his start in journalism at Kennedy News and Media, writing stories for national newspapers, websites and magazines. Now working as a freelancer, he divides his time between teaching at News Associates and writing for news sites on all subjects.