KYMCO Excites the World with the Launch of F9, DT X360 and KRV

Date posted on November 26, 2020
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A world premiere of new products from KYMCO was held on November 26.

 

“As we continue to create personal vehicles that win the hearts of consumers all over the world, now, it’s time to excite!” expressed KYMCO.

Allen Ko, KYMCO Group Chairman

The presentation was done on KYMCO’s website and introduced were the F9, DT X360 and KRV which  “all come with innovations that stir senses, spark emotions and excite riders.”

KYMCO F9

The world’s first electric motorcycle equipped with a two-speed automatic transmission and equips riders with a smile, KYMCO F9 is designed to provide the sensational riding experiences that change people’s perceptions on electric motorcycles.

KYMCO F9 is a street sport electric motorcycle equipped with a 9.4kW motor and 14-inch wide tires that offer better grip in cornering.

It accelerates from 0 to 50 km/h in 3 seconds and reaches a top speed of 110 km/h. It comes with a 96V 40ah battery that provides a range of 120 km under the New European Driving Cycle.

With fast charging, KYMCO F9’s batter is fully charge in just 2 hours.

The world’s first two-speed automatic transmission specifically designed for electric motorcycles, improves motor efficiency and power delivery.

Unique chassis design. Integrating the battery as part of the frame structure results in an incredibly light weight of just 107 kilograms.

LED Dashboard

Headlight

14-inch wheel

KYMCO DT X360

The world’s first “adventure crossover”, this maxi scooter is for riders who seek adventure. Easily maneuver in urban traffic, comfortably cruise on the freeway, or explore the uncharted with the KYMCO DT X360.

Mobility: The lightweight wheels and the adventure-oriented tires further enhance the ability to ride over rough surfaces.

Stability: A traction control system (TCS) greatly increases vehicle stability, even in the toughest of conditions.

Dashboard: The color LED dashboard is designed to provide maximum legibility.

Dual-sport motorcycle: The upright riding position and front mudguard characterize the spirit of a dual-sport motorcycle.

Control and Vision: The wider handlebar allows for easy steering on uneven terrain, while the higher seating position improves rider visibility.

Keyless: The DT X360 comes with a keyless system that offers convenient access to the vehicle.

KYMCO KRV

The world’s first compact scooter to feature an independent swing-arm derived from the motorbike architecture, KYMCO KRV offers unrivaled riding capability

KYMCO KRV is a compact sport recreational vehicle equipped with comfort, convenience, handling, and above all, performance.

It has ABS, TCS, LED lighting and a keyless system.

A flat floor RV body design that allows an optimal riding position for both short trips and long journeys.

The suspension is tuned to suit both a single rider and when carrying a passenger.

KRV features an independent swing-arm architecture derived from KYMCO’s flagship motorcycle, resulting in a lower center of gravity, perfect weight balance, and optimal cornering capability.

Combined with the newly developed 175cc 4 valve liquid-cooled engine that provides strong and smooth power delivery, KRV delivers a sport riding experience unseen in compact scooters.

 

Source: kymco.com

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