- The Plus equipment includes adjustable front shock absorbers and adjustable rear shock absorbers with a locking system by Ollé and Galfer brakes.A Shad seat. And Pirelli tyres.
- The Silence S01 Plus is the fastest motorcycle of its kind, with a 0 to 50 km/h acceleration in just 2.8 seconds.
- The company’s Premium and most performing model will be available in colour Graphite+ and feature unique stickers.
Silence recently unveiled its new electric bike. The Premium version of the acclaimed and successful electric motorcycle, the S01.
The Spanish make introduced to the world for the first time S01 Plus. Which is slated to become the highest performing of all S01 models.
The Silence S01 PLUS is a motorcycle conceived for those users that seek a higher performance. Its acceleration, from 0 to 50 km/h in just 2.8 seconds.Means it is the fastest motorcycle of its kind. This places it well ahead of the petrol 300cc motorcycles.
Regarding its technical equipment, the S01 PLUS enjoys a series of items that differentiate it from the other versions of the range.
Some standouts are the adjustable front shock absorbers, the Ollé adjustable rear shock absorbers with a locking system, and the Galfer brakes.
Along with Pirelli tyres and a seat made by Shad, it all helps to provide a greater dynamism and quality. The quality of the components.
Many of which come from the domestic automotive supply industry, has received exceptional care and attention.
The PLUS version will only be available in Graphite+, with special stickers contributing to its unique appearance.
According to Carlos Sotelo, CEO of Silence, “We want to start manufacturing the first S01 Plus units before the end of the year.
It is an immense source of pride that a company from here, from Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Europe, is growing into an industry leader. Silence’s challenge is to take on the space currently held by combustion motorcycles. We are focused on producing motorcycles that perform better than petrol motorcycles, and in certain aspects we already have.”