I have a 2010 Zero MX. I found out that it has cells from the Canadian manufacturer E-One (Molicel) inside. Zero claims 35AH and 58V for the 2010/2011 models.
According this press release the 2012 models have almost 3 times the range. As this sounds allmost too good to be true, I was wondering what cells they are using now for their packs. Can someone tell me?
Zero’s new Z-Force™ power pack uses a completely new battery cell chemistry and configuration that is up to 95 percent more energy dense and is rated to 3,000 complete charge cycles before hitting 80 percent capacity. This means that a Zero S could travel as much as 308,000 miles on its original power pack...same is true for the all new Zero X and MX...With almost three times the range of previous Zero X and MX models, and with substantially more power on tap, these electric dirt motorcycles take off-road riding to an all new level.
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