The arc vector is the most technologically advanced highway-capable electric motorcycle ever introduced to the market, boasting sophisticated materials, innovative powertrain components, cutting-edge design, and technical advancements never seen before on a two-wheeled motorcycle. The 16.8-kilowatt-hour battery pack is integrated into the carbon fibre frame, giving it a total range of 387 miles (622 kilometres) in city traffic and 230 miles (370 kilometres) on the highway.
This retro-styled highway-capable electric motorcycle was designed from the ground up to be an electric superbike, with 66 pound-feet of torque and an 18-kilowatt-hour lithium-polymer battery pack. With speed range and recharge time being key themes in the electric mobility sector, the Sora generation 2 outperformed its predecessor.
The Soraa has a carbon fibre fairing and an aluminium frame, and it has a maximum range of 180 miles. a GPS navigation device with a touchscreen and high-quality suspension components There is a lockable storage compartment, regenerative braking, and an on-board charging outlet.
Tarform Luna X
This beast was created to be a highway-capable electric motorcycle with upgradeable battery pack software and integrated features like health data maintenance warnings and other standard features to ensure riders have a safe and comfortable ride. Both the scrambler and racer models weigh 440 pounds and have a 41-kilowatt motor and a 10-kilowatt-hour battery pack.
Excellent Hypersport HS performance boost The debut of the Hypersport reflects the future of electric bikes due to its high-end components, increased performance, and distinct style. It also has powerful 360-degree radar assistance technology, allowing the rider to see everything in their surroundings. The Hypersport’s debut can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in less than three seconds and reach a top speed of 200 miles per hour thanks to its 214 horsepower engine. A level 2 charging station can recharge the batteries in less than three hours.
Damon hopes to show off this highway-capable electric motorcycle not just in Europe, but around the world, with a starting price of $39,000.
Joe Hammer J1
Though electric motorcycles are the way of the future, the joe hammer j1 is by far the most unusual and futuristic design we’ve seen. The high-quality colour displays in the rearview mirrors enhance the appearance of this highway-capable electric vehicle. This makes this motorcycle stand out, as it appears to be straight out of a science fiction film. The design of this Austrian electric jewel is combined with new energy technology, resulting in a lightweight and long-lasting hammer j1200 weighing only 400 pounds.
The j1200 comes standard with regenerative braking, a twist-and-go transmission, and a 12.7-kilowatt-hour battery that provides a smooth ride and a total range of 124 miles or 200 kilometres on a single charge.