This will be the first model born from the two brands' partnership, announced in 2020.
The Cruise Origin AV and Hummer EV will be the first models produced there.
It uses the drivetrain from a Zero motorcycle and the chassis from a Yamaha Raptor 700.
The catch is that the temporary trade-in deal is only good for those buying an SR/S or SR/F.
The Zero SR/S feels like a fully fleshed-out motorcycle, with quality components and considerate engineering, but it's still really expensive for what you get.
Zero's latest is less of a toy, and gives us hope about the future of electric motorcycles.
The announcement came from the head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios.
Woz feared he or his wife could have been the first to bring the virus back to the US.
The SR/S packs 110-horsepower and 140-pound-feet of electric torque, which should make it a blast in the canyons and in the city.
Uncle Rich is smashing together a 1930s Ford Model A and a late model Zero electric motorcycle.
The SR/F is Zero's sportiest and most aggressive offering to date, but will people actually buy it?
Will some more performance and aggressive styling be enough to convince people to buy a $20,000 electric motorcycle?