The Tarform Vera 2025 is a biodegradable and sustainable electric motorcycle, designed for multipurpose use

Exactly a year ago we told you about Tarform and its recently released Luna model, becoming the “first biodegradable motorcycle on the market”… How has your body fared? Now the American firm returns with a new proposal. Is called Vera and although it follows the design and concept philosophy of its sister range, it seeks to make a difference in some relevant aspects.

This Yankee startup, founded by Jean Christian Jung and Taras Kravtchoukseeks to offer futuristic products that, in addition to being as least harmful to the environment as possible, provide us with a distinctive mobility alternative, in which elegance is not at odds with versatility and vice versa.

Tarform Vera in detail

Now, with his new Vera, Tarform a twist to the concept, offering a motorcycle capable of riding on different terrains and conditions. All this maintaining the minimalist style of the Luna model and of course the high level of technology that it carries. Broadly speaking, we can highlight this:

  • Electric motor in central position with a maximum power of 55 KW (76 HP)
  • Maximum torque of 160 Nm
  • 163 kg weight
  • 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds
  • 137 km/h maximum speed
  • 160 kilometers of maximum autonomy
  • Lithium-ion battery pack with a capacity of 8 kWh
  • Recharges in up to 2 hours with 100% capacity
  • Brembo braking
  • Regenerative braking system
  • 4G connectivity with 3.4” TFT screen, etc.

Other notable details of the new Tarform Vera are, for example, equipping the battery pack under the false tank, or the option of mounting mixed tires on alloy wheels. The aluminum chassis is supported by a suspension system equipped with an inverted front fork and a rear monoshock, both from Ohlins.

For its part, braking is carried out by separate petal discs, one per axle, while the transmission is carried out by means of a toothed belt. Tarform Its pre-booking period is currently open, for an initial price that starts from 16,000 dollars, just over 14,700 euros.

Tarform Vera: Electric elegance for versatile use

Although it is not a cheap mount, it plays with the advantage of integrating perfectly with the new climatic dogmas. Having biodegradable elements or a seat made from leaves and plant fibers is not available to everyone.

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