Verge Motorcycles begins production of Verge TS Model and Verge TS Pro
Verge Motorcycles, the pioneering electric motorcycle company, is beginning series production of its much-anticipated Verge TS motorcycle.
Verge has designed the motorcycle from the ground up with electric drive in mind, and unlike other manufacturers, the design has not been influenced by combustion engine-powered motorcycles. The secret behind Verge’s unique technology is the integrated rim motor inside the rear wheel, which enables a larger battery, longer range and explosive performance.
In addition, the centre of gravity is lower, which provides a better driving feel compared to other manufacturers’ motorcycles.
“Our electric motorcycles have attracted interest around the world already in the prototype phase, and we have already received hundreds of pre-orders. We are excited to finally begin series production of the anticipated Verge TS. Moreover, we get to introduce not only one but two models,” says Tuomo Lehtimäki, CEO of Verge Motorcycles.
Verge is the first and only Nordic manufacturer of electric motorcycles to begin series production.
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Verge announced today that it will also launch the Verge TS Pro, which will be even more powerful and advanced than the basic model. While the Verge TS’s features make it already the top of its class, the Pro version sets the bar even higher with its range of up to 350 kilometres and fast charging time of 35 minutes. Both Verge models represent unprecedented innovation, and with series production, they bring a completely new option to the market.
“Verge’s goal is to challenge traditional design conventions and build the world’s best electric motorcycles. In order to bring the world’s most advanced technology and performance to market, we decided to literally reinvent the wheel. Our products represent the future of electric motorcycles,” says Lehtimäki.
Verge electric motorcycles can be ordered online from the company’s new website as of today. In the initial phase, the motorcycles will be delivered to The Nordics and Middle Europe.