ZEEHO to electrify Australian market

CFMOTO have officially launched ZEEHO – a global sub-brand dedicated to meeting the demands of the ‘Gen-Z’ generation, interested in electric urban mobility. Launched at EICMA, they’ll arrive in Australia in the second half of 2023.

The EV brand unveiled its AE series of electric scooters at the show, including their newest concept bike, the Magnet. The product line is defined by three main directives, including providing high-quality mobility for users who value style and comfort.

It’s also focused on delivering trendy mobility, specifically designed for the urban jungle, and high-tech mobility, which is the combination of technology, performance, and connectivity. More than 10 new products will be launched by ZEEHO by 2025.

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With a maximum speed of 150km/h, and 0-50km/h acceleration in less that 2.5 seconds, the Magnet will offer exhilarating ride experience. Focused on delivering advanced electric mobility, and smart commuting functionality, it has a riding range estimated at 200km.

The front and rear high-definition cameras support drive assistance devices. Voice and touch controls are offered, and it all connects via the ZEEHO smartphone app. The adjustable kinetic energy recovery allows for single-throttle control as well.

ZEEHO Electric AE Scooter
ZEEHO Electric AE Scooter

Traction control and antilock brake systems provide a safety net for riders too. But the Magnet and AE scooters are not all they’ll offer, with a range of lifestyle products also on their way, including riding apparel.

Urban explorer helmets, clothing collections, and other fashionable accessories, designed to suit a variety of riding styles and fashion trends will be available, with the riding apparel made from 100 per cent environmentally friendly “ingredients”.

With a focus on sustainability, ZEEHO plans to release both bikes globally next year. Further information, including arrival timing, final specifications, colours, and pricing, will be announced closer to launch.

Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin is the ride editor at Exhaust Notes Australia, founding editor of Two Wheel Addicts, a contributor at Bike Review and panel judge for Harley Davidson's Breakout Boss competition. Andrew has a love for anything on two wheels whether that be sports, naked or adventure bikes, with a guilty pleasure for cruisers.


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