Honda may not have an electric naked bike yet, but if you ever wondered what their CB1000R would look like with an electric powerplant, the Pursang E-Track is as close a it gets.

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Pursang motorcycles is a brand from Spain and has been making dirt bikes since 1967. However the company closed shop in the mid 1980s. Now, they’re back, but this time building electric motorcycles.


Their first product after their long absence is this E-Track, an electric urban scrambler designed by Jim Palau-Ribes.

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The E-Track is powered by a 14.75 hp Bosch electric motor. It’s paired with internal batteries that can produce 7.2kWh of electricity. It uses a primary belt drive followed by a secondary chain drive. This grants it a top speed of 120 km/h and a range of 140 km. The electric motorcycle’s performance is comparable to a conventional 150cc.

Besides the electric propulsion, it features a full-color TFT display with control cubes to toggle through menus and power modes. The bodywork is made of carbon-fiber. It also employs LED lights all around. Handling the bumps is an upside-down fork in front and a monoshock in the rear. Bringing it to a stop are J. Juan petal disc brakes at both ends. For the urban scrambler look, it rides on spoked wheels and dual-purpose tires. It tips the scales with a wet weight of 147kg.

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This being Pursang’s first product in a long time, the E-Track will have a limited run of just 24 units for the first batch. So far, it seems to be only available in Spain at a price of €13,700 (PhP776,000).

It’s certainly quite a lot for electric motorcycle. Then again, the Harley-Davidson LiveWire is priced significantly higher.