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Trevor DTRe Stella

Trevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt
Trevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt 85
Trevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt 85
Trevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt 85
Trevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt 85
Trevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt 85
Trevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt 85
Trevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt 85
Trevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt 85
Battery21700 Lithium
Range84 miles
Charge Time1.3 hours
Power11 kW (14.8 hp)
Price$15.254¢
21700 Lithium
made in Belgium  

Specifications

BrandTrevor
ModelDTRe Stella
SpeedMotorcycle
Power11 kW (14.8 hp)
Weight174 lbs
Battery21700 Lithium
Battery Life4,000 cycles
Range84 miles
Charge Time1.3 hours
 

SaroléaThe DTRe Stella is an electric flat tracker moped by electric motorcycle startup Trevor Motorcycles from Belgium. The company was founded in 2018 by two friends in cooperation with the Belgian electric motorcycle manufacturer Saroléa that handles the production. The name Trevor is derived from the British sports car brand TVR. Stella is the name of one of the founders of the company, Philippe Stella.

The DTRe Stella has a powerful Saroléa made 11,000 watt electric motor with 260 Nm torque that provides a top speed of 59 mph. The torque of the motor is optimized by Trevor for optimal acceleration performance. The motor is mounted at the swingarm pivot point and has three phases that significantly multiplies the electric motor’s torque.

The moped has a powerful lithium battery that provides a driving range of 1.5 hours or +/- 84 miles.

The moped is available as a off-road version and as a street legal version (EU type approval).

The moped has high quality components including Öhlins Blackline forks, Öhlins Blackline STX46 monoshock in the rear, 19″ HAAN flat track wheels, Dunlop DT3 flat track tires and Domino handlebars.

Trevor DTRe Stella components

The moped is available in any color and with a custom artwork or business print.

The moped can be ordered online and is shipped worldwide.

 

2021 Trevor models

DTRe StellaTrevor motorcycles DTRe Stella 11,000 watt 100
$15.254
21700 Lithium
84 miles
 

Sales Department

Trevor Motorcycles BV
Ijzerenpoortkaai 3
2000 Antwerpen
Belgium

Phone: +32 473 871 178
Email: info@trevormotorcycles.com
Facebook Messenger: m.me/trevormotorcycles

Trevor motorcycles team

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