Remember how blown away you were when television made the big switch from black and white to color? Neither do we. But we can imagine it was similar to how we felt yesterday when Zero Motorcycles lifted the curtain on their new color-infused line up for 2010. It’s not just the pigment of their product that has us itching to grab some handlebars, they say that improvements have been made across the range giving each of the models better acceleration and increased power.
The streetable S and DS now have a new “Z-Force[TM] Air Induction System” that should help them avoid overheating and the throttle response is said to give riders more “exacting control.” Furthermore, the top speed of the S has been increased to 67 miles per hour. Also new for 2010 are custom Corbin seat options that not only offer improved comfort and control but can allow for reduced stand-over height. To help us bide our time while we wait for snow to melt and riding time to be arranged, Zero has provided us with tons of photos over which to salivate. Want more? Hitting the jump will not only bring you to the official press release but a huge batch of videos as well with each model in motion, including versions with and without auditory augmentation.
Gallery: 2010 Zero Motorcycles DS
Gallery: 2010 Zero Motorcycles S
Gallery: 2010 Zero Motorcycles MX
Gallery: 2010 Zero Motorcycles X
[Source: Zero Motorcycles]
Zero Motorcycles adds color and power to 2010 line-up originally appeared on Autoblog Green on Wed, 03 Mar 2010 14:01:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.