The high-performance electric offering was unveiled at a ceremony at the company’s headquarters before an audience of VIPs, officials and businessmen and women. The new arrival has a top speed of 150kph and it can travel for 300km on a single charge. It is powered by a 10.4kW battery than can be charged from 0 to 80 per cent in an hour. Aside from the aerodynamic looks, the EB-One includes a digital instrument cluster, LED headlights and a USB charging port..
The first electric motorcycle from an Emirati industry steals the spotlight at the Gitex Global exhibition
In the forty-third edition of the Gitex Global exhibition, not only electric motorcycles were present in the halls of its exhibitions, but also cars operating on hydrogen fuel, such as the French sports car Hopium, which uses Cell Fuel technology, that is, a cell that generates electricity by chemical action. The Hopium luxury car is aimed at the wealthy and has 500 horsepower and weighs less than two tons.
Al Salmi mentioned that three delivery companies in the UAE have already expressed interest in acquiring these bikes, including companies in Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai, as well as international firms from Germany, Sweden, and Canada.
Sharjah Police will be adding a sustainable smart electric bike to its traffic fleet. The e-bike, manufactured by UAE-based company, Sulmi, was developed by its Emirati founder Rashid Al Salmi.The force said the move was part of its wider strategy to shift towards sustainability in various aspects of law enforcement.
"We are already in talks with delivery and logistic companies to provide them with prototypes so that they can start testing the products,” he said. “Within six months, the bikes will be on the road to be used for deliveries"
Sharjah Research, Technology, and Innovation Park (SRTIP), In UAE, launched the Sulmi EB-ONE, a cutting-edge electric motorcycle and the first market-ready product to emerge from SRTIP’s SoiLAB facility, the region’s largest state-of-the-art makerspace.