At THE PACK Plaza during Brussels Auto Show (17 > 21 January 2024), four brands will be already present with their electric motorbikes and mopeds, predominantly two-wheelers. The brands that will be present are Kawasaki, Silence, BREKR, and Trevor Motorcycles.
Kawasaki launched two zero-emission EV models that will usher in a new era for the Japanese brand. These EVs are part of Kawasaki’s “Go with Green Power” strategy, which was revealed at the 2022 EICMA Motor Show. The new Kawasaki EV-bikes will be available as Z e-1 and Ninja e-1 in the familiar Z and Ninja family design styles. Both feature adult frame and engine specifications that fit this class and combine the typical Kawasaki riding pleasure with a zero-emission future. Both Kawasaki models will be displayed at THE PACK PLAZA.
Astara Western Europe has signed a strategic partnership with Silence Urban Ecomobility to distribute their electric scooters and vehicles for micro mobility in Belgium and Luxembourg. Silence, a Spanish based company founded in 2012, manufactures groundbreaking products in their segment, that perfectly fit into Astara’s vision of future urban eco-mobility. Both the S01+ scooter and the S04 ‘nanocar’ will be shown at THE PACK PLAZA. The S04, Silence’s first electric nanocar, is a two-seater EV and opens the door to the urban mobility of the future by being comfortable, safe, sustainable and, also, easy to park thanks to its small size.
With their Model B4000, BREKR has, in our opinion, developed one of the most beautiful e-mopeds so far. Due to their approach to design and technology, the (ever-expanding) team has set the bar very high. And there had to be a sequel, of course. The result was presented last year: Model F250. Not a moped, not a motorcycle, but an urban-street e-bike with the well known BREKR ‘minimal’ touch. At EICMA 2023, BREKR launched their new motorcycle B7000. BREKR shows the F250 (fat bike) and B4000 (moped) at THE PACK PLAZA.
Back in 2018, along the sandy roads of Cadaqués (Catalonia), Jeroen-Vincent Nagels and Philippe Stella had a great idea to modernize their local-owned vintage dirt bikes. That’s when they joined forces with Saroléa Performance Technology (Belgium) and designer John McInnis (California) to create a new machine — the DTRe Stella. It was set to be technologically advanced, clean, and high-performing while still retaining the old-school spirit of the classic dirt bikes that inspired it. Imagine a 100% electric flat tracker motorcycle with a ‘less-is-more’ design. A bike that you can use in the city but also for some easy off road stuff during the weekend. At THE PACK PLAZA, you can discover these electric motorbikes.
About Brussels Auto Show
With an area of 50,000 square meters, this January spectacle is sure to be a must-see for all kinds of car and motorcycle enthusiasts. Not only will there be plenty of stunning creations on display across the themed squares and stands, but also an impressive 1.5-meter-high Catwalk which stretches 80 meters long in Palace 5. Weekdays will revolve around exploring mobility, charging systems, and technological developments during seminars and congresses; other days will focus more on e-sports, gaming, and lifestyle activities. Every day promises something new! Tickets can be ordered here >