The article below reports that an EV is equivalent to a (non existent) 80 mpg gas vehicle, which got me thinking.. what is the gas mpg equivalent of an electric motorcycle? Electric cars are becoming increasingly greener in the US thanks to a cleaner electric grid Fred Lambert - Mar. 13th 2018 5:59 am ET In the US, the latest EPA study shows that on average, an EV driving on electricity is equivalent to a conventional (nonexistent) gasoline car that gets 80 MPG. https://electrek.co/2018/03/13/electric-cars-greener-grid/ Of course, electric motorcycles and electric scooters are far more efficient than their electric 4-wheeled brethren. The top selling Zero S, for example, is the City/Hwy combined equivalent of a 356 MPG gas motorcycle. Zero’s FXS has an even higher combined MPGe of 373. The average efficiency difference between an EV and an EM is roughly 4x for a 320 MPG equivalence; figures in line with EM manufacturers and actual owner reports online and our own forum members. Now if we can just get the range and time to refuel equivalent of a gas motorcycle, we’re set!