Zecoo Electric Motorcycle by Kota Nezu

July 13th, 2015 by retail design blog

In the heart of japan, skilled craftsmen are quietly working on low riding electric motorcycle named ‘Zecoo’. assembled by hand, many parts of the bike are made from sculpted aluminum alloy block with an innovative frame layout that is centered around the electric components. In addition, the hub steering mechanism designed to accommodate the battery’s weight to maintain steering ability without changing the riders posture.


The power unit comes from Zero Motorcycles, provides a maximum torque of 144 Nm with smooth acceleration that is uninterrupted by any shifting gears. The ‘Zecoo’ electric motorcycle was designed by Kota Nezu from Znug Design. The Toyko native worked for Toyota before starting the acclaimed design studio. unfortunately, the electric bike will be limited to only 49 units, which will be customized and decorated according to individual demand.

Design: Kota Nezu / Znug Design
All images courtesy of Kazunobu Yamada


















via designboom

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