Venturing even further into the future, French motorcycle company, Newron Motors has pushed the envelope of sustainability to heights never seen before. Unveiling its latest electric machine, the EV-1 was constructed around an enormous, central lithium-ion battery pack.
Initially debuting as a prototype in 2019, Newron Motors has finally announced its commitment to producing 12 samples of the innovative bike. Clad in woodworked monocoque, the EV-1 is fully customizable and comes in several unique finishes such as ebony, oak, red cedar, and white ash, alongside optional passenger seats, footrests, and other specifications.
Featuring ultra-light carbon rims for added agility, the EV-1 speeds at a maximum of 136 mph, accelerating 0 to 62mph in an august 3 seconds. With the capability to achieve full charge in under 40 minutes, the two-wheeler is powered up to 186 miles in the city and 136 miles on extensive highways. Available for pre-order and production dates set for 2021, the EV-1 is worth an estimated USD$74022 to USD$82658, with the inclusion of a $2,250 deposit, and will incorporate third-party applications for the customization of riding statistics and settings.