The TS was one of the first models presented by Vmoto Soco. The sporty lines and the ease of riding are typical of the product range designed for urban mobility and have made it the perfect companion for many young people. This new TS Street Hunter is the 3rd generation TS model and has been completely rethought and redesigned. Its performance was radically improved too in terms of Power, Speed and Range and Torque.
The Super Soco TS Street Hunter is sports bike designed to look sharp and muscular and be overall more dynamic than the TS. It’s a remarkable improvement over the model it replaces from every angle. It has a razor-sharp design and looks bulkier than the TS, and the new generation electric bike keeps the mono-shock rear suspension but gets split grab rails for added sportiness.
The overall character of the bike is amplified by the LED headlights light which ensures visibility in all weather or light conditions due to the new generation LED components. Designed in aggressive looking style it gives the TS a more modern and sporty appearance.
Stability is enhanced by the wide handlebar, which is fully redesigned for a sporty riding position and offer an ergonomic and comfortable experience. A new sporty seat enhances riding comfort with “triple density” padding. The aerodynamic winglets inspired by the racing world, says Vmoto Soco, gives the motorcycle an aggressive appearance and make it more stable, yet comfortable when riding.
So far the TS Street Hunter is the sportiest model in the Super Soco range.
The positioning of the motor in the wheel hub and the battery in the lower part of the new TS makes it possible to lower the bike’s centre of gravity to benefit the riding pleasure and safety.
Performance & powertrain specification
The Super Soco TS Street Hunter mounts a hub motor that produces 5 kW of peak power and 180 Nm of torque. The rider can select from three different modes that alter the throttle response. In the ride mode that unlocks the maximum performance, the top speed is 75 km/h. The third generation of the FOC controller provides an instant torque exceeding the acceleration of any equivalent ICE power.
Using two ATL 60V, 32A battery packs, a total capacity of 3.84 kWh is achieved. When fully charged, the two battery packs together enable the Super Soco TS Street Hunter to travel a distance of 200 km. Each battery takes three and a half hours for full charging.
The Super Soco TS Street Hunter features an LED headlight, LED taillight, LED turn signals and a fully digital instrument cluster. The 17-inch wheels with 100/80 (front)/120/70 tyres (rear), says Vmoto Soco, ensure a safe ride in any weather or road surface conditions, with a larger footprint for maximum grip without sacrificing agility.
The Super Soco TS Street Hunter features LED headlight, LED tail light, LED turn signals, fully digital instrument cluster, and 17-inch wheels.
Stopping power comes from single disc brakes at the front and rear, governed by a Combined Braking System (CBS). A USB port is offered to charge the rider’s smartphone on the move. Super Soco should release more information about the TS Street Hunter closer to its market launch.
In addition to serving the basic functions of a speedometer and an odometer, the Super Soco TS Street Hunter’s fully digital instrument cluster shows the battery status, range, clock and air temperature.
17” BOSCH 1500W Nominal, 3500W peak power, 180Nm peak torque
External 3rd generation FOC with dynamic vector control algorithm for speed/torque ratio BMOS connected and controlled electronic components
180 Nm at 450rpm
Standard Battery Pack
60V 32AH Panasonic Lithium-Ion battery pack
Optional Battery Pack
Additional 60V 32AH Panasonic battery pack for double range
Power System Protection
85A resettable circuit breaker, low-voltage cut-out (by controller), Battery protected by BMS
Li-Ion outboard, 60V 8A Automatic Charger, 120VAC input 3.5-hour charge time per battery
12V Subsystem Converter
DC/DC 60V<12V 10A (powers all lighting and accessory outlet)
USB Charging Port
CBS Hydraulic Brake System
Right Lever – activates 240mm front and rear brake
Left Lever – activates 180mm rear disk hydraulic brake
Regenerative, acting on rear wheel (via hub motor), triggered by front or rear brake actuation
Inverted 700mmX35mm twin internal hydraulic shocks with 200mm travel distance
Adjustable trailing arm over spring/hydraulic shock
MT 1.5X17cast Aluminum alloy
90/80 -17” tubeless motorcycle grade DOT-spec
MT 2.5×17” Aluminum alloy with integral 12” BOSH motor
110/70-17” tubeless motorcycle grade DOT-spec
BODY & CHASSIS
Racing type engineered, split concept Carbon steel/ 2024 Aluminum Alloy
ABS composite, epoxy paint
6 positions for rider, adjustable in height for passenger
Padded, double place, 76cm (30”) above ground
Classic/LCD bright dashboard displays Current speed, Total mileage, Error codes, Real time output current, Battery State of Charge, trip distance and remaining distance, Ambient temperature and current time.
Automatic Light mode estimating the ambient light for the right intensity
Dual rear-view mirrors, horn, dual high/low beam automotive grade LED headlights with running light, front and rear turn signals, tail light, brake light
License plate light
Hazard lights, LED headlight bulb with focusing optic
Keyless start, Built-in vibration sensitive alarm system with two remote controls, steering lock, Electronic lock of the rear wheel
News and Reviews
Vmoto Super Soco unveils three new electric motorcycles models for 2021
Vmoto Super Soco hosted a virtual unveiling event today for three new models of electric motorbikes: The TS Street Hunter, TC Wanderer and CUmini. We’ve been waiting for this virtual unveiling since late 2020, when Vmoto began dripping teasers for its upcoming new electric motorcycle models.
Super Soco TS Street Hunter electric bike launched in Europe
Vmoto Soco, the 50:50 joint venture company of Australia’s Vmoto and China’s Super Soco, has released new details of the Super Soco TS Street Hunter. The company revealed the Super Soco TS successor and the retro-style Super Soco TC Wanderer earlier this year and planned to launch it internationally this month.