The electric scooters of MotoGP: the Ducati Lenovo team has chosen the Vmoto Soco CPx to move in an eco-sustainable way within the paddock in the rounds of the world championship. The CPx with the official Ducati Corse livery is available to Pecco Bagnaia and Jack Miller in MotoGP and to the riders of the Aruba.it Racing team in WSBK.
MotoGP electric scooters: the Vmoto Soco CPx is the model chosen by Ducati Corse for the official teams in MotoGP and WSBK. The official Ducati riders and team technicians have these electric scooters at their disposal to move around the paddock and along the service roads of the circuits of the two motomondo championships.
Part of the sponsorship agreement between Ducati Corse and the Australian company is the official supply of electric scooters to the Ducati Lenovo Team in the MotoGP World Championship and to the Aruba.it Racing - Ducati Team in the Superbike World Championship for the 2022-2023 seasons.
The Vmoto Soco CPx is a scooter equivalent to a 125cc combustion engine and represents one of the ideal means to move comfortably both in an urban and extra-urban environment. The CPx has a 4.0 kW electric motor for a top speed of 90 km / h. Torque is 171 Nm for exceptionally fast acceleration. This scooter can accommodate one or two batteries for a maximum range of 180 km; the overall charging time is 3,5 hours. The batteries can be removed from the scooter for recharging from a normal household socket at home or in the office.
The Vmoto Soco CPx has a list price starting from 4.990 euros but with the eco incentives you can buy, with scrapping, starting from just over 3.000 euros.
More details on: www.Vmotosoco.com
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