Zero Motorcycles has released the one-of-a-kind SR-X motorcycle, a completely bespoke reimagination of the company’s SR/S model developed by HUGE Design.
The SR-X is the latest addition to Zero’s “Design the Future” development program, which has produced some of the most innovative and thought-provoking electric motorcycles in the world. This program brings together some of the industry’s most talented designers and engineers to push the boundaries of what is possible with electric motorcycles.
HUGE Design, led by Bill Webb, has once again played a key role in Zero’s vision for the future. Webb was also responsible for the Zero SM concept bike that heavily influenced the development of one of Zero’s most popular models, specifically the FXE. The SR-X is the latest example of his visionary concepts and Zero’s commitment to innovation. This semi-faired concept bike showcases Zero’s industry-leading electric powertrain and boasts both performance and style.
The HUGE team wanted to create a dramatic and low ‘front-heavy’ silhouette with the bodywork that could juxtapose the fully-exposed mechanicals toward the back of the bike in an unconventional way. Impressed by the look of the SR/S chassis and mechanicals, HUGE intentionally designed the SR-X with the raw bike underneath as part of the final composition.
Powered by Zero’s advanced ZF75-10 electric motor and the latest ZF17.3 lithium-ion battery, the SR-X represents a bold vision for the future of motorcycling.