The ZF13.0 and ZF6.5 powerpacks operates the Z-Force 75-7 permanent magnet brushless motor, and as tested yielded up to 103 miles between charges. There’s an estimated 60 hp available at 5,300 rpm with the electric configuration, and 81 pound-feet of torque. These are markedly better than the petrol-powered version, which offers 41 hp at 5,500 rpm and 42 pound-feet torque at 4,300 rpm. Ural also notes that any forthcoming production prototypes will utilize newer batteries from Zero, so stand to have better maximum capacity and range. Zero design allows users to plug in for a charge to any household socket and get max capacity overnight. There’s also a new 6-kilowatt Charge Tank that decreases charge time by six times, providing a 0–95-percent capacity charge in close to two hours. As we noted above, every year the tech gets better and better.