At first glance, the Zero S looks like a street modified version of Zero’s 3-year old motocross X model. Upon closer inspection, the S-model's aesthetic is just as raw and unfinished. Sporting custom plastic fairings, the S-model’s wiring and electrical harnesses are visible from most exterior angles. Major joint welds are glaringly obvious throughout the custom built frame because of the raw aluminum finish.
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