The manufacturer of electric motorcycles Zero from California is expanding its range of models. The FXE, drawn down in the style of a supermoto, comes in two versions. For the FXE ZF 7.2 with 21 HP continuous output you need the A2 driving license, the slightly weaker ZF 7.2 11 kW with 15 HP can already be driven with the A1 license or the car driving license (B 196). The engines deliver an identical peak output of 44 hp and are therefore up to 132 km / h fast. According to Zero, the 7.2 kWh battery is enough for up to 161 kilometers in the city and almost 100 kilometers in combined traffic. Charging the completely empty battery at a household socket takes just under ten hours, or four hours with the help of an additional charger. The FXE, which weighs 135 kilos, will be available from September at a price of EUR 13,650.fbn.