And for comparison, Zero Motorcycles, from Northern California, makes electric motorcycles like the Zero SR (which we tested) and that weighs 313 pounds and costs $15,495. But as nice as the SR is, it lacks the predicted performance and the safety technologies of the Hypersport.
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Pricing for the standard Hypersport HS starts at $24,995. The Premier launch edition of the Hypersport is sold out, and is equipped with primo hardware such as Ohlins suspension components, Brembo brakes, and a carbon fiber single-sided rear swingarm. The suppliers of the standard bike’s components are still being determined, Kwong says.