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Super Soco reveals 2021 TC Wanderer & TS Street Hunter electric motorcycles

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Australian electric mobility solutions company, VMotoSoco unveils the new 2021 TC Wanderer and TS Street Hunter electric motorcycles in the international market in a digital world premiere. The brand will be revealing the prices on both motorcycles soon but it is not yet confirmed if the electric motorcycles will make their way to the Indian market.

TC Wanderer

The 2021 TC Wanderer is a neo-retro scrambler that comes with a classic round headlamp cluster with dual-stacked projector beam lights, a peripheral LED daytime running light, compact front fender, a short rear overhang, a completely closed fairing, muscular tank, upright handlebar, bench-style seat with tuck and roll upholstery, LED taillamps, a chunky swingarm with a monoshock suspension, a digital-analogue speedometer, upside-down front fork with silver finish, large alloy wheels and dual-sport tyres allowing both on-road and off-road use. Powering the TC Wanderer are two batteries to work in parallel and are able to charge from 0-100 % in just 3 hours and 30 minutes. The display of the motorcycle reveals the TC Wanderer will be able to return a range of around 100 Km per charge.

TS Street Hunter

The TS Hunter is a sporty cafe racer style electric motorcycle that comes with sleek LED headlamps, a muscular tank, a full bodywork, a sharp tail with LED taillamps, sporty fenders, alloy wheels, street biased tyres, stepped up sporty seats with triple density padding that helps provide more comfort to the rider, a chunky swingarm, a wide handlebar, full-digital LCD backlit instruments cluster, aerodynamic wings on the body that help with stability. Powering the TS Street Hunter is a 2500w high-performance electric motor in the rear wheel hub that can pump out a twisting force of 180 Nm on demand and is able to propel the e-motorcycle to a top speed of 75 kmph and the ATL 60V 32 Ah battery that is capable of providing a long-range of 200 km per charge and recharge from 0-100% in just 3 hours and 30 minutes.