CFMoto ‘Evoltion A’ ATV concept
CFMoto mades some waves with their concept ATV at EICMA this year, showing off a futuristic design that looked more like a moon-rover than a traditional ATV and looks to pack some interesting technology, while offering an all-electric four-wheeler.
There’s no doubt CFMoto have made an impact on the ATV segment, with the brand reported to be outselling Kawasaki and Can-Am in Australia back in 2014 for ATVs, with a range of highly affordable motorcycles offering new options to riders in the LAMS segment as well.
Quality has seen enormous improvement over recent years, and the Evoltion A, an all-electric ATV concept only continues to show the innovation going on at CFMoto.
The Evoltion A is also a pretty stylish piece of kit for a vehicle in the rugged, hard working ATV segment, and seems to have more in common with a Can-Am Spyder as far as styling, than a traditional ATV.
Sleek lines, high tech lighting, cool rims and low profile tyres also make this look like a tasteful ‘Pimp my Ride’ creation.
Being all-electric is a big factor, with the way development is heading, everyone’s expected to have something in the works these days, even if riders often seem pretty wary of where electric bikes are going, but for unregistered vehicles on private properly, where sound may be an issue and range expectations can be limited, electric makes a lot of sense.
The Evoltion A also boasts technology like riding modes and suspension modes, although the former, being all electric is probably easier to implement, than on motorcycles where RbW normally needs to be implemented.
A dash that looks like it belongs on a premium adventure-touring machine looks like it will include phone connectivity, and much more too.
While it’s a bit hard to see the practical applications of the Evoltion A here in Australia, it’s an interesting offering from CFMoto none-the-less, as the brand stretches its wings a bit and shows off what it is capable of.
It’ll be interesting to see what ends up reaching the showroom floors in the future either way.