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Nuen Unveils NU-E Concept: A Lightweight and Powerful Electric Motorcycle for the Future

Nuen's NU-E electric motorcycle concept tips the scales at just 160 kilograms

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Aditya Saikrishna
Aditya Saikrishna
I am 21 years old and an avid Motorsports enthusiast.

VIETNAM: NU-E, a prototype model developed by Vietnamese startup Nuen, offers a unique and efficient approach to electric motorcycles. The electric motorcycle industry has witnessed a surge in innovative concepts that aim to shape the future of two-wheelers, focusing on performance and enjoyment.

While the NU-E is still in development, its current concept design showcases a futuristic and sporty aesthetic. With an aggressive rider triangle featuring low clip-on bars and rear-set foot pegs, the NU-E exudes a dynamic presence. 

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Though not a supersport bike, it embraces an ultra-minimalist appearance, concealing all internal components beneath the seat, reminiscent of where the engine would typically reside in a traditional gasoline-powered motorcycle. Impressively, the NU-E boasts theoretical performance capabilities to match its striking design. 

Unlike traditional gas engines, the motorcycle, equipped with an electric motor producing a peak power of 10 kilowatts (equivalent to approximately 13.4 horsepower), delivers power seamlessly across the entire rev range. 

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This characteristic allows for precise response and optimising power for enhanced performance. Nuen claims that the NU-E can achieve a top speed of 94 miles per hour, showcasing its potential for exhilarating rides.

Additionally, the NU-E incorporates top-quality components to enhance its overall performance. Suspension components from KTech and EMC contribute to the bike’s excellent handling, while ISR hardware ensures reliable braking capabilities. 

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Notably, Nuen has taken a unique approach to the instrument cluster by utilising the rider’s smartphone as the bike’s dashboard. 

In this prototype model, the smartphone is mounted to the bike using a Quadlock mount, possibly incorporating wireless charging. This innovative solution reduces costs and maintains the motorcycle’s sleek and minimalist design.

One standout feature of the NU-E is its impressively lightweight construction, weighing only 160 kilograms. This lightweight chassis and efficient battery usage enable the NU-E to maximise its range. 

Nuen claims a highway range of up to 188 miles on a single charge, highlighting the motorcycle’s practicality for longer rides without compromising performance.

Although the NU-E is still in the concept stage, it offers a glimpse into the future of electric motorcycles, showcasing Nuen’s commitment to efficiency, performance, and simplicity. 

As the electric motorcycle industry continues to evolve, concepts like the NU-E pave the way for exciting possibilities and demonstrate the potential for electric motorcycles to dominate the roads of tomorrow.

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