KTM revealed its second-generation KTM Freeride E-XC my 2018 as part of KTM’s long-term commitment to e-mobility, which began over 10 years ago in KTM’s R&D Dept. in Mattighofen, Austria. This e-machine is powered by an electric motor with a peak of 18 kW fitted into a re-designed composite frame that provides a better stability. Furthermore it now benefits from a 50% capacity increase in its new KTM PowerPack, which offers up to one and a half hour of riding time with just one battery charge. The battery has a quick charging time, while also providing 70% of its initial capacity after 700 charge cycles. Its easy operation, with no clutch or gear shift lever, and a confidence inspiring low seat height of just over 900 mm, combined with its extreme cross-country agility make this machine suitable to a wide range of audience. The KTM Freeride E-XC comes with three Riding Modes, Economy, Enduro, Cross and complies with the A1 driving requirements, producing zero local emissions with minimal noise pollution. Visit KTM SportMotorcycle at EICMA 2017, pavilion 13, booth I71.