FLUX MOTO PRIMO PROTOTYPE of Electric crosser with 85 horsepower

FLUX MOTO PRIMO PROTOTYPE  Motocross has one main flaw: it makes a lot of noise. Local routes are now primarily reliant on local communities' goodwill. The Alta and the Stark Varg were attempts to construct high-performance motocross machines with a quiet electric drive. The Flux Moto from Slovenia is a new player on the scene.  Moto Primo Flux  The Primo is now in the advanced stages of development and will shortly undergo its maiden test drives as a prototype. The concept uses a traditional chassis and drivetrain: an aluminium double cradle frame with an aluminium swingarm and hlins leg, as well as a KYB USD fork.  The engine is mounted low in the frame and produces up to 750 Nm of torque at the wheel, with a maximum output of 85 horsepower per chain. The high value is due to the gearbox and final drive being reduced; the engine itself produces substantially less torque. The drive is water-cooled, has a two-stage reduction system, and is expected to weigh 7.7 kilos.It is powered by a 34-kilogram exchangeable battery with a capacity of 6.7 kWh at 400 volts, passive cooling, and passive cooling.     The battery should be replaced in under a minute, and let's face it, no one needs 85 horsepower off-road. As a result, the Flux's performance may be tailored to the specific route and driver via an app. Primo and the app also serve as a telemetry system, tracking the voyage and adapting to the driver's style. The software also has an anti-theft device.  The Flux Primo isn't ready to drive yet, but it's in the works. The Primo's performance data can be compared to that of the enraged Stark Varg, despite the Primo's apparent lack of technical complexity. The Flux earns points for its replaceable battery. It's unclear when, how, and, most importantly, how much the Primo will cost when it arrives from Flux.

FLUX MOTO PRIMO PROTOTYPE

Motocross has one main flaw: it makes a lot of noise. Local routes are now primarily reliant on local communities' goodwill. The Alta and the Stark Varg were attempts to construct high-performance motocross machines with a quiet electric drive. The Flux Moto from Slovenia is a new player on the scene.

Moto Primo Flux

The Primo is now in the advanced stages of development and will shortly undergo its maiden test drives as a prototype. The concept uses a traditional chassis and drivetrain: an aluminium double cradle frame with an aluminium swingarm and hlins leg, as well as a KYB USD fork.

The engine is mounted low in the frame and produces up to 750 Nm of torque at the wheel, with a maximum output of 85 horsepower per chain. The high value is due to the gearbox and final drive being reduced; the engine itself produces substantially less torque. The drive is water-cooled, has a two-stage reduction system, and is expected to weigh 7.7 kilos.It is powered by a 34-kilogram exchangeable battery with a capacity of 6.7 kWh at 400 volts, passive cooling, and passive cooling. 

FLUX MOTO PRIMO PROTOTYPE  Motocross has one main flaw: it makes a lot of noise. Local routes are now primarily reliant on local communities' goodwill. The Alta and the Stark Varg were attempts to construct high-performance motocross machines with a quiet electric drive. The Flux Moto from Slovenia is a new player on the scene.  Moto Primo Flux  The Primo is now in the advanced stages of development and will shortly undergo its maiden test drives as a prototype. The concept uses a traditional chassis and drivetrain: an aluminium double cradle frame with an aluminium swingarm and hlins leg, as well as a KYB USD fork.  The engine is mounted low in the frame and produces up to 750 Nm of torque at the wheel, with a maximum output of 85 horsepower per chain. The high value is due to the gearbox and final drive being reduced; the engine itself produces substantially less torque. The drive is water-cooled, has a two-stage reduction system, and is expected to weigh 7.7 kilos.It is powered by a 34-kilogram exchangeable battery with a capacity of 6.7 kWh at 400 volts, passive cooling, and passive cooling.     The battery should be replaced in under a minute, and let's face it, no one needs 85 horsepower off-road. As a result, the Flux's performance may be tailored to the specific route and driver via an app. Primo and the app also serve as a telemetry system, tracking the voyage and adapting to the driver's style. The software also has an anti-theft device.  The Flux Primo isn't ready to drive yet, but it's in the works. The Primo's performance data can be compared to that of the enraged Stark Varg, despite the Primo's apparent lack of technical complexity. The Flux earns points for its replaceable battery. It's unclear when, how, and, most importantly, how much the Primo will cost when it arrives from Flux.

The battery should be replaced in under a minute, and let's face it, no one needs 85 horsepower off-road. As a result, the Flux's performance may be tailored to the specific route and driver via an app. Primo and the app also serve as a telemetry system, tracking the voyage and adapting to the driver's style. The software also has an anti-theft device.

The Flux Primo isn't ready to drive yet, but it's in the works. The Primo's performance data can be compared to that of the enraged Stark Varg, despite the Primo's apparent lack of technical complexity. The Flux earns points for its replaceable battery. It's unclear when, how, and, most importantly, how much the Primo will cost when it arrives from Flux.

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