Baran Energy Indonesia shows Anubis Cruisercross

Baran Energy Indonesia shows Anubis Cruisercross

Making strides in the energy/electricity sector in Indonesia is Baran Energy, unveiling its first transport segment product, the Anubis Cruisercross electric motorcycle (e-bike). From photos on its website, two versions of the Cruisercross will be available.

Photos show the Cruissrcross in both spoked and alloy wheel versions, indicating rough road and on-road specific duties. However, an actual vehicle is yet to be unveiled to the public or when it might actually enter the local market.

Meanwhile, specifications revealed include a travel range of 132 km in urban cycle with a maximum speed of 158 km/h. Other details include a power output of 46 hp, with 106 Nm of torque from a nominal battery capacity of 63 kWh, good enough to give the Cruissrcross a 0-100 kmh time of 5.5 seconds.

Baran Energy Indonesia shows Anubis Cruisercross

From its design, the Anubis Cruisercross takes the typical stance of an adventure-touring motorcycle with high seat and tall beak type mudguard. Standard equipment for an e-bike in this class includes a windshield, hand guards, fork protectors enclosed motor and battery pack as well as hydraulic disc brakes front and rear.

Other details include a mid-mounted electric motor with belt drive to the rear wheel. A small compartment in the rear allows for the storage of miscellaneous items.

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Coming with diverse and extensive experience in heavy engineering, Mohan enjoys making anything with wheels go fast, especially motorcycles. His weapon of choice is the Desmoquattro engine, and he has a penchant for anything with a dash of Italian design. Strangely enough, he insists he's a slow rider.



  • Legatus EV on Aug 09, 2022 at 9:00 pm

    63kWh? Maybe typo here, suggest it might be 6.3kWh according to our experience. The price and street legality would be the determining factor at the end of the day. Thanks for sharing!

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