Volterra Motors announces electric powersports lineup

Volterra Motors announces electric powersports lineup

Volterra Motors, a U.S.-based all-electric powersports vehicle manufacturer, has announced its upcoming 2023 product lineup, including crossover vehicles, youth dirt bikes and ATVs. This new line and the debut for Volterra includes the VUT crossover vehicle, VTF youth dirt bike series, and VAT Sport and Utility Youth ATVs, which are expected to launch in 2023 and 2024.

The Volterra VUT crossover vehicle combines the versatility of an ATV with the features of a utility vehicle. Featuring an all-wheel-drive powertrain with independent hub motors, the VUT comes equipped with lithium-ion swappable batteries for extended range, cargo racks, independent front and rear hydraulic suspension and fully customizable rider settings via the Volterra app.

Volterra is also introducing an all-electric platform of youth dirt bikes for kids age 6 and up. Equipped with mid-mounted brushless motors ranging from 500-1500W of rated power and removable lithium-ion batteries, these dirt bikes also feature Bluetooth pairing to the Volterra app for guardians to control max speed, power delivery, down time and multiple other safety and rider settings.

The VAT utility vehicle ATV is an electric utility youth ATV for kids age 10 and older, featuring a mid-mounted motor, swappable batteries and fully enclosed floorboards and disc brakes. VAT utility vehicle ATV is also equipped with Bluetooth pairing to the Volterra app for guardians to control max speed, power delivery, down time and multiple other safety and rider settings.

Volterra’s VAT-1 sport youth ATV is designed for kids age 10 and up, featuring a mid-mounted motor and swappable batteries. The vehicle also features fully-enclosed floorboards and disc brakes for added safety. The VAT 1 is equipped with front and rear hydraulic suspension for improved handling and rider comfort. The VAT-1 sport youth ATV also connects to the company’s app.

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