Green motorcycle racing is just few steps away not miles anymore from the reality, that is MotoCzysz E1pc claims to be “world’s most advanced electric motorcycle”. According to Popular Science, “The technology at work is so advanced, so unprecedented, that we may be looking not just at the future of motorcycles, but of all electric vehicles.”
This is the 2010 MotoCzysz E1pc, a race bike built by a tiny Oregonian company focused on pushing the limits of electric performance to the absolute max. It packs 10 times the battery capacity of a Toyota Prius and 2.5 times the torque of a Ducati 1198 into a package that looks like something out of a 24th-century Thunderdome.Tomorrow it will race in the Isle of Man TT, the toughest motorcycle race in the world. The technology at work is so advanced, so unprecedented, that we may be looking not just at the future of motorcycles, but of all electric vehicles.
We’ve just been blown away not just the look of E1pc, but this far away from 20-mph Japanese car who’ve recorded 623miles of single charge recently. We’ve just want to hear from you anyway, at the comment form.
Images credit goes to Popular Science, Amadeus Photography.