Electric Motorcycles Zero Motorcycles Launches New Website

Zero Motorcycles Launches New Website

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Just as the 2013 lineup of 2013 Zero Motorcycles is about to hit showroom floors, the electric-motorcycle company has launched a revamped website.

The Scotts Valley, Calif., manufacturer says the premium site delivers a host of great information on Zero’s cutting-edge technology and includes an abundance of high-end new multimedia. Whether interested to learn more about electric powertrain technology, a fan of the brand or simply intrigued to watch Zero Motorcycles customer videos, the site will capture viewers attention and is guaranteed to entertain.

Among the new videos are the first ever taken of the new 2013 electric motorcycle lineup in action, and in case viewers would like to actually hear the unique sound of the motorcycles, the videos are available with or without music.

In a separate “customer video” gallery viewers can watch customers ride and speak about their personal experiences of owning their Zero. Some videos even feature models from as early as 2008. In addition, the site contains a wide variety of beautiful photography.

Chris Heimbuck (Director of Marketing, Zero Motorcycles) says: “Much like our new 2013 model line, Zero Motorcycles’ new website offers consumers a high-end experience that serves up great content through a clean and minimalist design.

“We invite everyone to visit us online to learn more about the 2013 motorcycles, enjoy all the new photos and videos and schedule a demo ride on a new 2013 Zero with their nearest dealer.”

As Zero now has dealers around the world, the new site offers local versions with regional pricing, languages and information for eight countries. The website includes newly released detailed specifications for each model, as well as an abundance of information on what it really means to ride an electric motorcycle. The aptly named ”going electric” section of the site is derived from Zero’s popular brochure that carries the same name. It presents the economics of ownership, advantages of electric and introduces the “four factors” that impact range.

For consumers ready to take the next step, the site encourages interested riders to schedule a demo or even request a price quote from their local dealer. Many of the first models hitting dealerships will be quickly snapped up or are already slated to go to those who have pre-ordered. North American shipments began in January, while Europe will be receiving the new lineup in February. Zero Motorcycles’ new website can be found at zeromotorcycles.com.

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