Super Soco has teased its upcoming retro-inspired electric motorcycle, the TC Wanderer, and the EV is likely to live up to its name. The brand might also introduce its first large capacity electric motorcycle, soon.
Vmoto, an Australian EV brand owned by Super Soco, recently posted a video on its YouTube channel that features the Super Soco TC Wanderer and there are quite a few interesting details about the upcoming electric motorcycle.
Firstly, the TC wanderer displayed 100% battery charge with 198km of range remaining on its analogue-digital display. The current TC lineup offers a maximum range of 130km, 65km less than the upcoming TC Wanderer. If the claim of 198km range turns out to be true, the TC Wanderer could have one of the longest ranges for a production electric two-wheeler. The analogue dial displays a top speed of 90kmph, so the real-world figure can be around 80kmph.
The retro e-motorcycle is sprung on USD fork and a rear monoshock. It gets a front disc and rear drum brake setup. On the feature front, the bike has all-LED lights.
While the current TC e-motorcycle costs $ 4,000 (approximately Rs 2.91 lakh) in Europe, the TC Wanderer could be priced higher owing to its impressive range. Is it coming to India? Not anytime soon considering the import bans from China and the still-evolving EV infrastructure in our country.
But if you are looking for an electric two-wheeler in India, we recommend you to check out our review of the Ampere Magnus Pro.