Savic Motorcycles announces electric ‘colour’ options

Also launching branded clothing brand

Although Savic Motorcycles is yet to launch its electric Savic C-Series motorcycle, it has announced a range of three “colours” and other options.

Australia’s first full-size electric motorcycle company was to deliver the first batch of 50 bikes to customers by last December.

However, company founder and designer Denis Savic says they have been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic and a delay in government support.

The Melbourne-based company recently secured $1.83 million in funding including contributions from the Victorian Government and co-investment of $657,000 from the Federal Government’s Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC).

Denis says this will allow them to deliver 20 bikes in the last quarter of 2022 with full production in 2023.

The C-Series consists of the 40kW Delta at $A19,990 ride away and the 60kw Alpha at $A26,990.

It is powered by a 16kWh lithium-ion battery that can be charged to 80% in under four hours and deliver city range of up to 250km.

Savic Motorcycles has launched a website with a customised “Motorcycle Configurator” that allows customers to ‘build’ a motorcycle to their desired specifications.

While all prototypes have so far been silver, the configurator allows customers to chose from silver, matte black and “radiate aluminium” with the latter costing an extra $2000.

There are also black and silver badge options, tan and black leather seat trims and stock suspension or a Wilbers upgrade for an extra $3500.

Meanwhile, they have also launched Savic Clothing which they say will include a range of “ethical streetwear”.

Savic Motorcycles clothing

They are also developing an “eco-friendly clothing line with a similarly eco-conscious packaging experience using recyclable and fully compostable cardboard”.

Click here to check out their summer collection which features t-shirts, beanies, hoodies and sweatshirts.

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