Felo Tooz electric motorcycle has a range of 720km!


At the 45th Bangkok Motor Show, Thailand’s Smartech, a leader in electric vehicle technology, proudly introduced the Felo Tooz, an electric touring motorcycle that boasts a remarkable 720km range on a single charge. This range is particularly noteworthy, as it surpasses the capability of many electric cars currently on the market, which often max out at around 500km.

While Felo, a subsidiary of Smartech responsible for crafting the motorcycle, has kept the specifics of the battery and motor under wraps, the promised range is a significant step toward addressing the common concern of range anxiety among electric vehicle users. However, the Felo Tooz brings more to the table than just an impressive range.

One of the standout features of the Felo Tooz is its Vehicle to Load (V2L) capability, enabling the motorcycle’s battery to double as a power source for other devices. The motorcycle’s battery supports Type2 charging, boasting a rapid recharge capability from 20% to 80% in just 20 minutes.

Though detailed specifications remain undisclosed, the motorcycle is expected to house a large, energy-dense battery beneath its expansive bodywork, inspired by the Honda GoldWing. Its design prioritizes functionality, evident in the broad, flat body panels that encase the bike. Additionally, the Tooz comes equipped with expansive storage options, including a massive topbox and panniers, one of which can be converted into a cooler — a feature making roadside refreshments more accessible than ever.

The motorcycle also features a 12-inch TFT display complete with navigation, a 360-degree camera, ABS, and traction control for a fully integrated riding experience.

Details regarding the official release of the Felo Tooz remain scarce, but expectations are high for its debut in the Thai market within the coming months, heralding a new era for electric touring motorcycles.