At the Intermot international motorcycle exhibition in Germany, Scorpion came out with full guns blazing with at least 6 new helmets. Here are their new helmets.
Exo-2000 Evo Air
Although not a brand new model, the Exo-2000 Air is now called Exo-2000 Evo Air (so it’s an evolution) and it is even lighter. To be exact, it now weighs 1280 grams. This helmet is best on the track, which it was designed for.
The helmet is equipped with the internal air-expansion system using an air-pump (AirFit HelmetPump), visors with the Pinlock system, Titanium Double-D closing system and quick release in case of an accident.
The new Exo-1200 Air replaces the Exo-1000 Air and has a visor mounting system (Ellip-Tec) that is easier and with a higher performance. The new shape reduces aerodynamic turbulence.
The helmet is intended for both track and street use.
The Exo-710 Air replaces the 5 year old Exo-710 Air. The model is meant for bikers looking for high quality full face helmets without all the bells and whistles. So no sun visor, but with multiple ventilations slots and the AirFit helmet pump.
The helmet will weigh on average (depending on size) 1450 grams.
The Exo-3000 Air was a surprise for everyone since Scorpion had only recently released the modular flip-up helmet Exo-910 Air. But the Exo-3000 Air is lighter and much more silent.
The upmarket version of their flip-up helmet is equipped with their air-expansion system, and removable sun visor.
The Exo-200 is a open face/jet helmet that is well vented. It has two air inlets and two air extractors. The new helmet replaces the Exo-210.
The visor itself is long and wide, allowing for better visibility in traffic.
VX-15 Air Evo
As the name implies, this model is an evolution of the VX-15 Air. More graphics, a more aggressive chin and visor and the insides that can be adjusted using the HelmetPump.
Not all technical data was released for all new helmets (data like weight). Neither is it known which if these models will receive DOT/Snell approval.