In this section we will try to solve all your questions around Volta Motorbikes and in general about electric motorbikes.
Frecuently Asked Questions| FAQs
Volta BCN has 11Kw nominal power. The driver must have A1 or B driving license. It is an ideal motorbike for those who are just taking their first steps in the two-wheel world and the perfect vehicle for the first two years of driving experience (A2). As it is equivalent to a 125cc, certain countries may allow it to be driven with car driving license type (B).
The Volta BCN has 25Kw (35Hp) peak power, which equivalent to a 250-to-400 cm3 gas motorcycle. On the other hand, the nominal power is 11Kw (15Hp), requiring the A1/B driving license.
We can handdle pre-orders directly from the manufacturer outside Spain. Please contact us to find out further information here.
The first units were released for sale in January 2016. The points of sale will be announced shortly on the website. Please register to find out further information here.
Volta Motorbikes requires only preventative maintenance and the monitoring of wear-and tear of parts, such as the tyres, brake pads, brake fluid, etc.
The price of the motorbike will vary somewhat from country to country. Financial aid will also depend on each country.
The motorbike can be charged by means of a 220-V household socket or at any public charging point. A complete charge takes just two hours. The motorbike comes with a charger and a 2-meter cable with a shucko connector.
Each charge gives the bike a range of up to 70 kilometers* in the 3 kWh battery and 84 kilometers* in the 4 kWh battery. Nevertheless, driving style, geography, acceleration and passengers in the vehicle must all be taken into account, as they reduce the range of the motorbike considerably.*Test NEDC 4 kWh Battery
The Volta comes with a 3kWh or 4kWh battery Lithium-polymer cells. The lifespan of the pack is higher than 2,000 full charges, with the battery still retaining 80 % of its original capacity at this point.
Depending on the battery capacity. The 3kWh can take 2 hours and the 4 kWh can take around 3 hours full charge.
Approximately €0.45 per charge in Spain, it may vary depending on the country.
At this moment it does not. We work all time to improve motorbikes characteristics and performance.