Electric motorcycle manufacturer Super Soco is to exhibit its entire 2020 range at Motorcycle Live (16-24 November, NEC, Birmingham). Alongside the popular TC Max and CUx will be two brand-new models – the CPx and TSX. The manufacturer says visitors to the show should “stop by the stand to learn more about the future of motorcycling”.
Since its debut in the UK in 2017, Super Soco has consistently been the best-selling electric motorcycle brand in the UK.
Unveiled at EICMA, the all-new CPx is the latest model joining the Super Soco range. Equivalent to a petrol powered 125cc machine, the CPx is said to be the ultimate commuter, capable of up to 85 miles and a top speed of 55mph. There’s room for two 60V/45Ah batteries, which work in parallel with each other and can be fully recharged in three and a half hours. The motor delivers 4000W and a starting torque of 171Nm.
The 135kg scooter includes a luggage rack and two-litres of storage, as well as a USB charging port to keep the phone or sat-nav topped up. Designed to be used all-year round, the front light illuminates up to 75 metres to ensure visibility on the darkest nights whilst a reverse button assists manoeuvring around town. The CPx will be available early 2020 and will cost about £3599.
The all-new TSX is a 50cc-equivalent machine designed for beginners. With a full motorcycle frame, the machine weighs 70kg, provides a range of up to 40 miles on one charge and has a top speed of 28mph. An optional second battery can increase the range to 80 miles and both batteries can be fully charged in under eight hours. The Streetfighter will cost £2999.
Alongside the two new models, Super Soco will also be exhibiting the in-demand TC Max model, which has sold over 150 units since its launch in July, as well as the TS and TC machines. Also on display will be the CUx scooter, which alongside a range of base colours also comes in a specially licensed Ducati Limited Edition colour scheme.