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Brammo Empulse contro Suzuki GSXR 750

lunedì, 3 giugno 2013

Solitamente quando si parla di moto elettriche si pensa ad uno scooter o ad un mezzo utilitario destinato al trasporto casa-lavoro e non ad un mezzo emozionale in senso stretto. ma se vi dicessero che invece un costruttore americano che ha applicato un brevetto italiano ha dotato di cambio una moto elettrica con un motore da 60 cv e 90Nm di coppia , vi passerebbe per la testa l’idea che con un simile oggetto ci si possa ingarellare con un GSXR lungo strade di montagna? ebbene se avete questo dubbio vi suggerisco di guardare con attenzione questa successione di video.

Motore Enertia
Model: Empulse Empulse R
Motor Type: PMAC Motor Parker GVM IPM Motor
Motor Controller: Sevcon Gen 4 Sevcon Gen 4
Peak Motor Power: 40kW, @ 6,000 rpm (54 hp) 40kW, @ 4,500 rpm (54 hp)
Peak Continuous Current: 270 amps 270 amps
Final Drive: Direct Chain Drive (14/48) 520 O-ring chain Direct Chain Drive (14/48) 520 O-ring chain
Transmission: IET 6 speed gearbox with multi-plate, hydraulic activated wet clutch IET 6 speed gearbox with multi-plate, hydraulic activated wet clutch
Emissions: None None
Max Motor Torque: 63Nm (46.5 foot pounds) 90Nm (66 foot pounds)
Battery Pack
Battery Type Brammo Power™ BPM15/90 Lithium-Ion ( NCM Chemistry)
Battery Pack Capacity: 9.31 kWh (nominal), 10.2 kWh (max)
Battery Pack Voltage: 103.6 V (nominal)
Battery Life: 1,500 cycles to 80% capacity (100% DOD)
Recharge Time: Level I maximum charging time: 8 Hours. (0 – 99% SOC, no cell imbalances)
Level II maximum charging time: 3.5 Hours. (0 – 99% SOC, no cell imbalances)

Every 10 minutes of Level II charging adds up to 5 miles of range

Operating Cost
Fuel Efficiency: City: 438 MPG-e .54 litre/100km-e
Highway: 203 MPG-e 1.16 litre/100km-e
Combined: 279 MPG-e .84 litre/100km-e

MPG-e and litre/100km-e are measures that compare electric energy to gasoline. Actual efficiency will vary depending on riding style and other factors.

Empulse Performance
Empulse Performance: 105 mph (169 km/h)
Driving Range: City: 121 miles* (195 km)
Highway: 56 miles** (90 km)
Combined: 77 miles*** (124 km)

*SAE City Riding Range Test Procedure for Electric Motorcycles (variable speed, 19 mph / 30km/h average)

**SAE Highway / Constant Speed Riding Range Test Procedure for Electric Motorcycles (70 mph / 113 km/h sustained)

*** SAE Highway Commuting Cycle (.5 City weighting, .5 Highway weighting)

Regenerative Braking: Under deceleration, energy is returned to the battery system to both extend driving range and provide familiar rider feedback.
Data Collection: Brammo DDC™ (Dynamic Data Collection) records key motorcycle parameters at 1Hz (1 sample/second) for analysis and service support.
Empulse Dimensions
Weight: 470lbs. / 213kg
Seat Height: 31.5” 80.0 cm
Width: 31.8” (bar end-to-bar end) 80.77 cm
Height: 42.6” (highest portion of the dash) 108.2 cm
Length: 81.3” 206.5 cm
Ground Clearance: 7.3” 18.54 cm
Rake/Trail: 24° / 3.8″
Storage Capacity: Optional Brammo hard saddle bags and top trunk.
Carrying Capacity: Cargo Capacity 365 lbs. / 165.6 kg (805 lbs. / 365.1 kg total combined motorcycle, rider, passenger and cargo)
Wheelbase: 58.0” 147.32 cm
Warranty: 2 Years (Limited Factory Warranty) 1 year Fender-to-Fender Limited Warranty, 2 year Limited Powertrain Warranty (Batteries and Motor)
Colors: True Blood Red, Eclipsed Black, White Noise
Empulse Key Components
Frame: Brammo E-Beam™ Aluminum, Fabricated by Accossato in Italy
Sub-Frame: Tubular Steel, Fabricated by Accossato in Italy
Triple Clamps: Forged Aluminum
Swing Arm: Tubular Steel, Fabricated by Accossato in Italy
Suspension Front: Fully Adjustable 43mm Marzocchi Forks (Empulse uses Semi-Adjustable 43mm Marzocchi Forks)
Suspension – Rear: Fully Adjustable Sachs Shock (Empulse uses Semi-Adjustable Sachs Shocks)
Brakes – Front: Dual 310mm Brembo floating disk with twin four piston Hydraulic Brembo Brake Calipers, Radial Mount.
Brakes – Rear: Brembo single disk with dual piston Hydraulic Brembo Brake Caliper
Wheels (Front/Back): 17”x 3.5” Marchesini / 17” x 5.5” Marchesini
Tires (Front/Back): 120/70-17 AVON AV79 / 180/55-17 AVON AV80
Instrumentation: LCD display; speed, tach, odometer, gear position, energy consumption, battery status, estimated range and system status

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…ed ecco che anche MINI fa lo scooter elettrico!… and MINI too show one own made electric scooter!

lunedì, 13 settembre 2010

Ebbene si…già il salto della quaglia lo fece Renault marchiando degli scooter Benelli… in particolare lo scooter coperto ADIVA , poi di pochi giorni fa la notizia dello scooter elettrico della SMART ed ora su Facebook , all’ interno del gruppo dedicato al progetto MINI E sono state mostrate lee prime bozze di un concept costituito da uno scooter elettrico marchiato MINI. loscooter dalle linee molto accattivanti prenderebbe in prestito dalla Mini la forma del faro anteriore e dalla ISETTA gli specchietti con indicatori di direzione integrati (da motociclista questa non mi sembra una bella idea) …

Ora sono in corso studi di marketing peer capire quali altri aggeggi verranno considerati irrinunciabili dai fans della MINI… probabilmente lo stesso caratteristico tachimetro tondo centrale… o qualche altra cosa come un GPS , una radio o il segnalatore per evitare l’investimento dei pedoni…. vedremo che cosa ne verrà fuori. certo è che l’oggetto sembra davvero molto carino  anche se nessun dato tecnico è stato diramato.

sorgente:www.autobloggreen.com

[nggallery id=94]MINI has shared plans with their Facebook fans (all 370,702 of them, making them even more popular than David Hasselhoff) to bring their latest electric concept to the Paris Motor Show. Sporting the colors and insignia of its MINI E, a trio of drawings reveal a scooter with a Vespa-esque rear following up a somewhat less successful fascia. The MINI-style mirrors are a nice touch while the turn lights insinuate the Isetta, almost saving the design from its bland headlight, but its departure still seems significantly superior to its arrival. Perhaps it will look better when we see it in the metal. Maybe even better than its Smart competition.

More interesting than esthetics are hints at the mechanicals. It looks like, and feel free to correct us in the comments if you think differently, both the front and rear wheels contain motors. This arrangement could also foretell some regenerative braking, though the extra engineering might add too significantly to the price tag should it ever make it to a retail outlet near you (I said outlet, get it?). Also of interest is that little box that would be located between your shins if you were astride the little beastie facing what we hope is a MINI-style speedometer. Radio? GPS? Pedestrian warning system? We’ll let you know in a few weeks.

source: www.autobloggreen.com

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