Cubist-style urban two-wheeler
20 hp, 120 km / h, 110 km of range
If the Soviet Union was a breeding ground for motorcycle manufacturers in its time, it is clear that today not much remains of this past from which only the Russian Ural seems to have escaped. Yet the creativity is there and even finds a new playground with electric mobility.
The young manufacturer Punch, based in Minsk, capital of Belarus, has just stood out by presenting an electric supermoto with a particularly original look, halfway between the alkaline battery and the USB key.
In fact, the Moto Punch is inspired by Suprematism, a modern Russian art movement focused on the arrangement of geometric shapes. The design is also reminiscent of that of Cake’s Swedish electric motorcycles in its approach.
If the motorcycle stands out for its style, this is less the case on the technical level where we find the fundamentals of current electric machines which mainly target an urban clientele.
Electric Motorcycle Punch Motorcycles
The Punch Moto is thus propelled by a 20 horsepower electric motor with a peak power of 33 hp which makes it possible to reach 120 km / h. Another version limited to 11 kW (15 hp) and 105 km / h to suit the European license A1 (125) is also planned.
Good news, however, the lithium battery is removable here. We can therefore recharge more easily when returning home. On the other hand, the autonomy of this one remains limited to approximately 110 km in the city.
On the other hand, the Punch motorcycle is not yet ready for marketing even if a model is already running. The brand rather plans a launch around 2022 at a price of around 6,000 euros.
The removable battery in video
The Punch in video
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