French startup reveals a new fashionable and functional electric motorcycle --- ‘Gloria’
French startup Jambon-Beurre Motorcycle has recently revealed its newest electric motorcycle called ‘Gloria.’ The motorcycle has been built under the startup’s newly-created Gloria Factory brand; and is likely to hit the markets in 2020.
In revealing the new Gloria electric motorcycle, Jambon-Beurre Motorcycle has affirmed that the motorcycle is chiefly targeted at a new class of riders who desire to own a fast electric motorcycle which fashionable as well as functional.
Jambon-Beurre Motorcycle is a French custom garage which is operated by Benjamin Cochard and Antonin Guidicci. The small startup is mainly known for its custom designs for ICE motorcycles.
The recent reveal of the Gloria electric motorcycle by Jambon-Beurre Motorcycle is an apparent indication of the fact that the startup is aiming at a bold new direction in terms of the motorcycles it builds. Already, the startup has told The Vintagent the Gloria Factory brand created by the company is the result of an effort to launch a ‘real motorcycle brand’ which has been “designed to dust off the current motorcycle market that still works like it did 30 years ago.”
About the new Gloria electric motorcycle, Gloria Factory said that the motorcycle is homogulated in a manner similar to a 125 cc motorcycle, though it has the acceleration capability of a 300cc motorcycle; thanks to its instantaneously available electric torque. The top speed of the motorcycle will be 120 kmph (75 mph).
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