Supply chain issues have hit the automotive and technology industries hard. We’ve heard plenty of grim tales from the likes of Jaguar Land Rover and Mercedes about their missing South-East Asian chips. Motorcycling has had its problems too with quantity of models and speed of delivery being the worst affected.
Nevertheless, it’s not all doom and gloom courtesy of COVID-19, in fact the ‘nasty bug’ as it’s called in our house, has contributed to a resurgence in motorcycle sales which can be linked to a hankering to spend, spend, spend to make the most of our health.
Ducati and BMW Motorrad both recently released news of 2021 being a record-breaker for sales almost 60,000 Italian bikes sold worldwide, though not a patch on the German marque’s 194,000.
After a year without the regular EICMA and Motorcycle Live shows in 2020, both were back on the calendar for 2021 and even though some manufacturers stayed at home plenty of gleaming new powered two-wheelers from every other recognisable brand were sanitised and readied to have their saddles sat on, clutch levers pinged, and throttles twisted.
We spoke at Motorcycle Live about a lack of headliners for the 2022 model year. Euro 5-compliant machinery was all the rage (and necessity) in 2021 so this year it’s more of a new-paint-and-extra-bling kind of line-up. There are of course a handful of cracking new motorcycles among the updates and tweaks, and they will all be available in dealerships near you, if not already, then certainly in the coming couple of months just in time for the sun to make its appearance and double-digit temperatures to entice you out.
The London Motorcycle Show is just around the corner (10-13 Feb) and all but a couple of big guns will be displaying the below. Harley-Davidson and the Piaggio Group (Aprilia, Vespa, Piaggio, Moto Guzzi) are notable absentees while Ducati will be showing its DesertX for the first time in the UK.
We’ve counted 96 new or upgraded motorcycles so far for 2022 and further announcements are expected as 2022 evolves because not every manufacturer uses the winter to spread news of their latest innovations, so we’ll do our best to update this article as the year progresses:
Tuono 660 Factory
Middleweight parallel-twin naked becomes lighter, gets more power and better equipment than the standard model unveiled just 12 months before. 100hp is an increase from 95 while a smaller front sprocket aids torque and acceleration. Suspension adjustment is increased while an IMU adds cornering ABS and TC. Oh, and a new colour. For more information about the 2022 Aprilia Tuono 660, click here.
Aprilia's use of the Tuareg name is back and this time using a development of 659cc parallel twin motor seen in the RS660 and Tuono 660 but in a chassis with off-road capability which sees it up against the Yamaha Ténéré 700. Out now, and we’ve already reviewed it!
SR GT 125
Brand new 'Urban Adventure' scooter feature longer-than-normal travel suspension, increased ground clearance and all-terrain wheels yet also featuring a sporty design and smartphone connectivity in this single-cylinder 125. Available by March.
RS 660 Limited Edition
Stars & Stripes paint scheme, oversized fairing and single seat unit plus quick shift electronic upgrades allowing for 'race shift' to be used, all because of the model's dominance in the USA's Twin Cup championship. Should be in dealerships by April but meanwhile, here’s a few more photos and a little more information.
It's smaller capacity stablemate, the TRK502 adventure bike has been popular in Europe but this version will use a 754cc parallel twin to propel its sleek new looks, 19" x 17" wheel combo plus 21-litre tank. Although it's not expected into dealerships until a lot later this year. Due in Q3 2022 and for more information about the 2022 Benelli TRK800, head this way.
Street legal track bike handcrafted in Italy, with 70s styling, 142hp from a Kawasaki Z1000 (part owners of Bimota), a short wheelbase and a semi-wet weight of 194kg. Air ducts run along each flank to feed a radiator mounted under the pillion seat. Forged alloy wheels, Pirelli rubber and Öhlins suspension are among the premium touches. Available possible pre-April (supply issues permitting). Here’s what else we know about the 2022 Bimota KB4 and KB4RC.
Quite simply it's the Café Racer version of the above and therefore just misses a front fairing.
Price: from £11,700
Electric scooter uses technology from the i4 car. For £11,700 you get the future of transport so long as it's no more than 80 miles away. A top speed of 75mph with 41bhp and a charging time from 20-80% of 45 minutes. Available in March but we’ve already tested the CE 04.
K1600 (GT, GTL, B, Grand America)
Price: From £20,215 (B), £20,395 (GT), £21,920 (GTL) and £24,410 (Grand America)
Four updated versions of the 6-cylinder mile gobbler will be hitting dealerships in the spring. Peak power is unchanged at 160hp but the motor is now Euro 5-compliant and peak torque is marginally up. A new six-axis sensor set-up helps with the next gen suspension updates while the massive 10.25" TFT screen is new as are headlight upgrades and a higher spec speaker system (standard on GTL and GA but optional on GT and B). Due in dealerships in March and here's some more information about the 2022 BMW K1600 range.
BSA is back! Owned by Mahindra since 2016, the Indian firm is bringing the firm's most famous model back with a 2022 version that comes in five colours and is powered by an A2-licence friendly 652cc single producing 45bhp. Due in dealerships in March.
Price: sub-£10k (TBC)
Adventure-looking machine based on the KTM 790 Adventure will be heading to the UK in the summer and is the Chinese firm's largest capacity bike. Two variants will be available - Sport and Touring - with some eye-catching kit including 3-piece luggage and a 7" Bluetooth compatible TFT dash. Due in June and here’s all the other information we have on the 2022 CFMoto 800MT.
Weighing in at a post-lunch 205kg and producing 73bhp and 50ftlbs from its 693cc parallel twin, this naked middleweight plays in a tough field though its styling and neat finishes might give it an advantage. Cruise, adjustable suspension, decent brakes and a 3-year warranty all help too. Arriving in March but for more CFMoto 700CL-X range information, click here.
Price: from £85,000
The most advanced Wankel-engined motorcycle ever seen; there'll only be 25 of these track-only weapons made. 128kg and 200bhp at the rear wheel. Starting at £85,000 with a host of upgrades available too. Each is specially built though orders may take 12 months minimum. Here’s plenty more information about the Crighton CR700W.
Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak
Same V4 engine as the new-for-2021 and super popular Multi yet frame geometry, new suspension and smaller 17" wheels with stickier rubber make the Pikes Peak version much sportier. Underlined by the inclusion of 'Race' mode. Out now and we rode the prototype, here’s our review of the 2022 Ducati Multistrada Pikes Peak.
Just like the Multistrada 950 - most of the engine, frame, swingarm, suspension, clocks and front end of the bodywork are the same. The differences are limited to lower seat height and less seat width, lower overall weight, swapping a few parts with some borrowed from the Multistrada V4, a few refinements to clutch and transmission, and the introduction of an A2-licence 47bhp model. In shops now and here’s our review of the 2022 Ducati Multistrada V2.
Improved ergonomics, braking, suspension, electronics, and aerodynamics all work together to make the Panigale more rideable than ever before. Available now and we’ve plenty more information about the 2022 Ducati Panigale V4 here.
The 'S' model for 2022 is updated to get the latest Öhlins NPX 25/30 electronically controlled forks. These have 5mm more travel than before, allowing softer settings without bottoming out, so the spring stiffness is reduced a fraction. The TTX36 rear shock and matching Öhlins steering damper remain, both still electronically controls to respond to events as they happen. Available now and we’ve reviewed the Panigale V4S already.
Streetfighter V4 SP
Price: £ 28,495
A new layer above the already loony Streetfighter V4, the SP still comes packed with the 208hp Stradale engine but with a higher spec and lighter weight. A dry clutch, carbon-fibre rims, lithium-ion battery, adjustable billet-aluminium foot pegs and new livery help to shave 3kg over the V4S. Available now and we have more details about the 2022 Ducati Streetfighter V4SP here.
153hp (more than Foggy's WSB winning race bike!) 101.4Nm, 178kg dry, 937cc Twin - the baby brother to the awesome Streetfighter V4, and it's easier to get on with too. In dealerships now and this is our full road and track review of the 2022 Ducati Streetfighter V2.
Brand new model, 110hp, 92Nm, 223kg wet weight with 875mm seat height. 21" front, 18" rear, new frame designed specifically for off-road riding. 6 riding modes, 21l tank and a lighter weight version of the 937cc L-twin. Availability still to be confirmed but plenty more information about the Ducati DesertX is here.
Ego+ (£27,390), Eva Ribelle (£25,840) and Esse Esse 9+ (£23,690)
New EMCE motor increases peak power while a lighter weight lithium battery reduces weight by 10kg, and an extended range by 5-10% for the three Energica models, plus new colour options for each. Includes the + and RS models.
Low Rider ST (£19,395), Street Glide ST (£27,295), Road Glide ST (£27,895)
HD's largest available engine - the 117 cubic inch (1923cc) Milwaukee-Eight V-twin - is now fitted to the Low Rider, Street Glide and Road Glide to make new 'ST' versions with sharper handling than before. More details about the 2022 Harley-Davidson range are here.
Low Rider S
The only non-bagger in Harley's 2022 mainstream range to get the 103hp, 125lb-ft Milwaukee-Eight 117 engine, it also gets handling improvements and a bar-mounted single instrument. Get the spec on the 2022 Harley-Davidson Low Ride S here.
New Tourer' uses Africa Twin chassis and engine but comes packed with plenty of standard spec goodies usually available as accessories. Faces stiff competition from Japanese rivals. Also available in DCT (+£1k). Out now and this is our full review and video of the 2022 Honda NT1100.
CBR1000RR-R Fireblade, SP (and 30th Anniversary)
Price: £19,999, £23,499 (SP), £23,999 (30th)
2022 marks the 30th anniversary of the FireBlade (obviously) so Honda has unveiled an updated version of the new-for-2020 edition with aims to boost the bike's rideability, acceleration and mid-corner drive. Revisions to the exhaust run, rear sprocket, airbox, compression ratio and ride-by-wire throttle should do the trick. Colour schemes on the base and SP models have been tweaked but the SP gains gold wheels. Due in dealerships in April, and this is the 2022 Fireblade’s full spec.
CB500F, CB500X, CBR500R
Price: £5,849 (F), £6,349 (X), £6,399 (R)
Big changes to the brakes and suspension of this 3-piece A2 licence agreeable 500 twin range. All three get Showa's 41mm BFF-BP upside down forks, adjustable for preload. The swingarm is thinner to safe on weight while the rear shock has revised damping settings. Twin discs at the front replace the single set-up from before, while lighter weight wheels and radiators are also new, as are mudguard design, improved lights, and alternative colours. All three are available now and our reviews of each will be published very soon and here are more details on the three bike CB500 Honda range.
Euro 5 compliant version returns to the Neo Café line-up in between 125R and 650R. Just 144kg wet, the single cylinder produces a peak power figure of 30.7bhp while an assist/slipper clutch, Showa forks and three colours are also in the spec. Should be in dealers by June. Even more information about the 2022 Honda CB300R is here.
Baby brother to the XADV and includes a hearty mix of the Forza 350. Lightweight at just 186kg wet and a relatively low seat height at 795mm plus plenty of storage space and +80mpg, there's little wonder why maxi scooters are so popular in France and Italy... they just haven't taken off in the UK yet. Out now and we have a UK road test coming soon although there’s plenty more information about the 2022 Honda ADV350 here.
Husqvarna's first dive into the twin-cylinder adventure bike market using sister firm KTM's 890 Adventure 889cc engine, chassis, and suspension. Available now and you can read our full review of the new Husqvarna Norden 901 here.
The fourth Scout to join the range all propelled by the liquid-cooled V-twin making a peak power figure of 94bhp. The Rogue features a 19" x 16" wheel combo and that front cowl. An A2-licence version will be available, and it comes in three colours. We have plenty more detail on the 2022 Harley-Davidson updates here.
Middleweight, parallel-twin, all-rounder has a new look and extra technology with a new adjustable screen, TFT dash with smartphone connectivity and is offered in three colours. In dealerships from March and we have more information about the 2022 Kawasaki Versys 650 here.
A2 friendly, retro-styled parallel twin that oozes style and plenty of classic nuances but is up against the likes of the MT-07. Lightweight, nimble enough and marketed to a younger or less experienced crowd. In dealerships now and this is our review of the 2022 Kawasaki Z650RS.
Higher spec suspension and brakes over the standard Z900 with Brembo M4.32's gripping 300mm discs with steel braided lines, plus 41mm USD gold-coloured forks adjustable for preload, rebound and compression. At the rear is an Öhlins S46 rear shock with preload adjustment. Rider aids including power modes and traction control are other additions. Should be in shops from April and for more information and pics of the 2022 Kawasaki Z900SE, click here.
The classically styled RS SE comes with higher-spec suspension and brakes than the Z900RS - just like the Z900SE over the Z900. Brembo's M4.32 callipers coupled with 41mm fully adjustable USD forks plus an Öhlins S46 rear shock with preload adjustment. Only available in limited number, unfortunately all the UK allocation have been sold though they won’t be on the road until April.
Ninja H2 SX
The SX and SX SE models have been updated to include a raft of new technology include front and rear radar for Forward Collision Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control and Blind Spot Detection. Plus, mild restyling and 'SPIN' smartphone-linked display with a 6.5" TFT which includes around 20 apps. In stores from March and you can read even more about the 2022 Kawasaki H2 SX here.
1290 Super Duke R Evo
The crazy naked street bike that'd embarrass many track bikes gets the latest gen WP semi-active, electronically adjustable suspension - with three damping modes as standard with another three available via an optional extra plug-in (mainly for track use). Shorter-travel throttle and a new colour are the other key differences. Available now and we have even more information on the 2022 KTM 1290 Super Duke R Evo here.
1290 Super Duke GT
Euro-5 spec engine and small reduction in weight plus new tyres, chassis upgrades and a hearty dose of upgraded electronics including a 7" full colour TFT dash, new switchgear… yet no adaptive cruise control as seen on the 1290 Super Adventure S. Available now
An impressive overhaul for this A2-licence friendly sporty little Austrian; first-in-class 3D IMU which supports lean sensitive rider aids plus a new frame, bodywork, new brakes and tyres, higher top speed, larger fuel tank but also a lighter overall kerb weight. Available from March and we’ve already ridden it – check the review of the 2022 KTM RC390 here.
V85 TT Guardia d'Onore
A limited and numbered edition run of the popular Guzzi adventure bike with just 1946 units being produced as a tribute to the 75-year association between the firm and the Cuirassuer's Regiment. A black and white livery with oversized touring windscreen, centre stand, engine guards and supplementary LED lights. Should be in dealerships around April/May tbc
A tech-packed sports tourer with a 1042cc V-twin claimed to make in excess of 115hp. Shaft-drive is hidden inside a new, single-sided swingarm while four riding modes, three engine maps and three engine brake settings form part of the Marelli engine management system. A higher spec version gets semi-active suspension, a quickshifter, heated grips and multimedia control via the 5" dash. Both versions get active aerodynamics too! Hopefully the expected arrival date of ‘late summer/early autumn’ won’t put too many off. Get all the details of the 2022 Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello.
Adventure-focussed model with a 650-twin motor goes into battle with Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki et al. in this fast-growing sector. A chain drive, short mudguard and no centre stand might not mean much to most but the core greenlaners will be tutting. Adjustable USD forks and windscreen plus heated grips and a 7" TFT dash are among the good bits. Available now - though Moto Morini dealerships in the UK are few and far between. We first heard about the new 650 twins from Moto Morini in November 2019, and here’s the story.
The 3-cylinder middleweight sports bike from MV retains the 147hp 798cc motor and lighter than air, 173kg (dry) weight but the big news here is the integrated wings within its radically altered bodywork. A lighter weight rear wheel, gripper leather seat and CNC-machined foot pegs plus an optional race kit that boosts power by 8bhp while shaving 8kg of weight. No confirmation on availability yet but we have more photos and details of the MV Agusta F3 RR for 2022.
Brutale 1000 RS
Price: estimated £21,900
New for 2022, the RS shares the RR's 205hp and performance but aligns it with a more comfortable riding position, simpler tech and a £6k saving on the asking price… although that's still north of £20k. No confirmation on availability yet but we have more details of the 2022 MV Agusta Brutale 1000 RS here.
Lucky Explorer 5.5
MV's adventure market entry comes in two variants, the smaller capacity 5.5 (550cc) and the larger 9.5 (930cc). The 5.5 is nearly identical to the QJMotor SRT500 from MV's Chinese partner, Quianjiang, and makes 47hp so it's A2 licence friendly. 220kg, steel frame, KYB suspension, Brembo brakes and Cagiva Elefant-esque styling. No confirmation on availability yet.
Lucky Explorer 9.5
The larger version of the double Lucky Explore line-up comes in matching Cagiva Elefant 'Lucky Strike' paint scheme but has a three-cylinder 930cc motor which pumps out a peak power figure of 123hp and 75lbft of torque. There's a manual gearbox on offer, or the firm's Rekluse (a bit like Honda's DCT) along with plenty of premium electronic goodies. No confirmation on availability yet but for more information about the 2022 MV Agusta Lucky Explorer range, click here.
This luxurious, hand built British superbike hosts a 1200cc 72-degree V4 engine producing 185hp. The bike has been completely re-engineered from the V4SS and RR model of the previous Norton iteration and he who shall not be mentioned. They all-new version is built to order and we’ve got more information here.
Prototype café racer-cum-streetfighter version of the V4SV with no fairing, a re-sculpted tail unit, single round headlight and a host of other tweaks. Oh, and 185hp! Here’s what we know about the Norton V4CR.
Continental GT and Interceptor 650 - 120th anniversary
A limited edition run of just 480 bikes globally to celebrate the number of years since the company was founded. The two bikes are finished in black chrome with blacked-out engines, exhausts, wheels and suspension with a special tank badge, relevant branding, and a unique serial number on the top of the tank. They’re expected before April and here’s what else we know about the 120th anniversary Royal Enfield 650s.
Just a concept for now but the model demonstrates RE's intention to get into the bobber market. Many of its mechanical parts will be shared with the 650 Twins but in a purpose-made new chassis with flat bars and it should be in production form within a couple of years. Click here to find out more about the Royal Enfield SG650 Concept.
Revised version of the 2019 naked uses the latest engine straight from the 2021 GSX-S1000 with 152hp plus a bi-directional quickshifter, new colours and a night mode on the dash. Should be in dealerships in Spring. More details on the 2022 Suzuki Katana, click here.
A sports-tourer to take the fight to the Tracer 9 GT and NT1100, with 150bhp and 78ftlbs from the same Euro 5-compliant engine as the GSX-S1000. No centre stand, heated grips nor adjustable screen is balanced by a spacious, comfortable riding position, power and a classy dash. It's in dealerships now starting at £11,599, and here is our full 2022 Suzuki GSX-S1000GT review, including video.
Price: Starting from: £14,660 (GT), £16,700 (GT Pro), £17,700 (Rally Pro), £18,100 (GT Explorer), £19,100 (Rally Explorer)
Radical new five-bike range with shaft-driven 1160cc triple producing a peak power figure of 148hp. On-road bias feature cast alloy wheels and shorter suspension travel while off-road bias range has wire wheels with a 21" front plus 20mm more suspension movement. Adventure spec machines add a further 10 litre of fuel and a more rugged appearance while the base spec is a huge 25kg lighter than the out-going model. This is a GS hunter and it’ll be in stores from April. Click here for the full detail and spec of the 2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 range.
Tiger Sport 660
Triumph's 660cc three-cylinder as seen in the Trident gets an airing in the taller Tiger Sport 660 which lines up against the likes of the Tracer 7 and V-Strom 650 yet makes plenty more power and has a very decent spec, though is pricier than rivals especially when a quickshifter and hand guard options are included. Should be available in February although we’ve already ridden it, and here’s our 2022 Triumph Tiger Sport 660 review.
Speed Triple 1200 RR
The sporty nature of the naked RS gets even racier with the RR adding a half-bikini fairing, clip-ons, a revised riding position and a set of semi-active electronically adjustable Öhlins to the naked version. It's quick, comfortable, elegant and has plenty of rider aids but is priced at £18k. Expected in dealerships by March but this is our road and track review of the 2022 Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR.
Rocket 3 ‘221’ special edition
Price: £21,100 (R), £21,800 (GT)
Both the R and GT get special one-year only '221' editions featuring red tanks and front mudguards, blacked-out other fairings and details with a huge '221' logo on the side - relating to the bike's huge torque figure (in Nm). Available from April. Photos and details of the 2022 Triumph Rocket 3 R and GT.
Thruxton RS Ton-Up special edition
Limited edition gets special paintwork in homage to the original café racer tradition of 100mph goals on bikes that really shouldn't have. Available from June, and we have photos and details of the 2022 Triumph Thruxton RS Ton-Up here.
Street Twin EC1 special edition
Another limited-edition special paint scheme with hand-painted coachlines with EC1 being the London postcode where Triumph claims has a 'custom classic motorcycling culture'. In shops from March. Here’s a link to a photo and more info on the 2022 Triumph Street Twin EC1.
Special Editions with one off colours and gold line detailing
Gold Line Bobber (£12,900)
Gold Line Street Scrambler (£10,100)
Gold Line Scrambler 1200 XC (£12,800) and XE (£13,650)
Gold Line Speedmaster (£12,900)
Gold Line T100, T120 and T120 Black
T100 (900cc): £9,900
T120 and Black (1200cc): £11,800
The T100 and TR120 Gold Line are finished in a two-tone paint scheme of 'Silver Ice and Competition Green' with gold pinstriping and gold 'Gold Line' badges with new white-and-gold logos on the side panels. The T120 Black also features a black tank, side panels, wheels and exhaust.
Price: TBA (expected £12,999)
More power, renewed styling and updated technology are among the updates for the 2022 MT-10 which of course meets Euro 5 standards. Peak power (164hp) and torque (are up and so is weight while a revised riding position, new dash, standard quickshifter also feature. Available from March. For more info about the 2022 Yamaha MT-10, click here.
Price: TBA (expected £15,500)
In addition to the MT-10 updates, the SP differs four-fold. Mainly via the semi-active, electronics Öhlins front and rear suspension (with a greater range of adjustability as well as pre-set modes) but also with a three-piece belly pan, braided brake lines and a unique colour scheme. Should be in dealerships around May/June and here’s all the extra 2022 Yamaha MT-10 SP specs.
Using the CP2 engine from its MT-07 sibling, the sportier R7 features a re-designed chassis with more frame rigidity, a steeper head angle, new inverted forks, revised shock and brakes, not forgetting the dramatic styling. Demand is high and stock is low but theoretically they’re available right now. Three of our team have now ridden the bike, so see their review from road and track, England and Spain here.
R6 Race / GYTR
Price: £12,100 / TBA
R6 Race and GYTR are both track-only models as the 'donner' bike isn't Euro 5 compliant. Both are equipped with a range of performance-enhancing parts as standard while a plethora of optional extras will also take you fancy. Ready for track days and race events from April. Click here for more on the 2022 Yamaha R6 bikes.
Minor design updates include new LED headlight, repositioned instruments, and new switchgear. Slightly revised forks, a larger set of front brake discs and new Michelin rubber. Available from April. More photos and information about the 2022 Yamaha XSR700 are here.
TMAX Tech MAX
Large capacity scooter - the best seller in its class - gets refreshed for 2022. The 560cc twin is the same but the styling is the most noticeable difference. Most panels are reshaped, a new screen is included which is electronically adjustable. Wheels are new and lighter and fitted with Bridgestone Battlax SC2. New 7" TFT colour dash has built-in navigation while cruise and traction control are standard. In shops from April. All the specs and details of the 2022 Yamaha TMAX Tech MAX are here.
After the MT-09 was updated in 2021, the XSR900 was sure to follow. More power and torque from the three-cylinder 889cc engine plus a deltabox alloy beam frame plus brand new subframe designed for this bike, and a longer swingarm adding to the overall increase in wheelbase. Retro styling is obvious, but the rider positioned further back than the MT-09 is less so. Should be in dealers by May. Take a look at the 2022 Yamaha XSR900 here.
Price: £9,700 (standard), £11,000 (Rally Edition)
Just a couple of colour updates for the standard bike and its Rally Edition sibling. The normal version of the bike will be offered in either ‘Icon Blue’ based on Yamaha’s race bikes or ‘Midnight Black’, with each version getting wheel rims to match its body colour. Meanwhile the Ténéré 700 Rally Edition, with various parts from the options catalogue fitted as standard is to be offered in white with red ‘speed block’ graphics and gold wheels to conjure visions of a host of classic Yamahas of years gone by. Take a look at the photos of the 2022 Yamaha Ténéré 700 range here.
Supermoto style and A2 friendly with a low weight of just 135kg, a city range of 100 miles and top speed of 82mph. It costs less than £1 to recharge. Available to buy right now.
New naked street bike is the first model equipped with the ZForce 14.4+ kWh power pack (up to a 227-mile range) and the new Cypher III+ operating system allowing for upgrades that improve torque, speed, stability control, dashboard navigation and more. Should be ready to buy anytime from February but you can learn more about the 2022 Zero SR here.
2022 model gets the same new gen battery pack and ability to be upgraded over-the-air to unlock its full potential, via the Cypher III+ O/S. Available anytime now.
Price: £18,090 (base model) or £20,090 (Premium)
2022 model gets the same new gen battery pack and ability to be upgraded over-the-air to unlock its full potential, via the Cypher III+ O/S. In dealerships from February.
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