|Speed||15 and 31 mph|
|Power||5 kW (6.7 hp)|
|Battery Life||3,000 cyclesℹ|
|Charge Time||4 hours|
The E-XF is an electric reincarnation of the popular XF-17 moped from the 70’s made by electric moped manufacturer Famel from Portugal. The company was founded in 1949 in Mourisca, Portugal. In the 1950s, the company produced mopeds with Pachancho, Victoria and JLO engines. In 1958 the company registered the Famel brand. In 1965, the company became the assembly partner of Zündapp, one of the biggest moped brands from Germany. In 1970 they produced the most emblematic of their models the XF-17, a “replica” of Suzuki Stinger with a Zündapp engine.
The company produced its first electric scooter in 1997 named Electron.
“The return as a Portuguese electric motorcycle brand was a tough decision because of the heritage and culture established, but we embraced this mission for a cleaner future and stand for our coming generations that will also be our riders.”
The E-XF is a reincarnation of the popular model XF-17 from 1970. The moped has a classic cafe racer style.
The moped has a powerful 5,000 watt electric motor for a top speed of 43 mph.
The moped has a 40 Ah Lithium battery for a driving range of 50 miles.
The moped is available in many colors.
The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.
2022 Famel models
Famel-Fabrica De Produtos Metalicos SA.
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