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Ni Hsin EV Tech – the subsidiary organization under Ni Hsin Group that focuses on developing EV-related products, has launched a couple of new EV bikes under the TAILG EBIXON family.


Locally produced and manufactured in Seri Kembangan, Selangor, we’ll first look at the TAILG EBIXON BOLD that has a capacity of 1.5kW capable of churning out horsepower around 2.01hp and a torq of 35Nm through the integrated lithium battery that requires about 2 to 8 hours of charging time (subjective to actual usage and condition).

Ni Hsin says that it can move for a total of 120km per full charge with the maximum acceleration capped at 70km/h with the telescopic suspension device supporting the bike both front and back.


Another model of the talk is the TAILG EBIXON TORQ positioned as the stronger and more powerful selection as it has a battery capacity of 5kW that can pump out 6.7hp of horsepower and 74Nm of torque force.

With a full charge, it can move across 200km of distance with maximum speed reaching the 90km/h mark.

Both models are equipped with USB ports to allow electronic devices to be powered via the bike so that small-scale merchants and vendors can use it as a sort of portable battery bank, eliminating the need for acquiring a second one.

The brand is estimating 15,000 unit sales per year for the next 3 years as the world is slowly adopting the use of EV vehicles.

Memorandum of Agreements with several esteemed and well-connected organizations, including MIMOS Berhad, Projek Lintasan Kota Holdings Sdn Bhd (PROLINTAS), HAI-O Enterprise Bhd and PT Winn Pratama Indonesia is also signed to assist in the marketing, promotion, and distribution of these EV motorcycles.


The TAILG EBIXON BOLD is priced at RM9,000 while the TORQ version is at RM14,888.

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