The 105,000-euro electric motorcycle is finally ready

Imagine that you paid more than 105,000 euros for an electric motorcycle, and the manufacturer ended up in bankruptcy.

This was the case with the company Arc, a manufacturer of electric motorcycles, which ended in bankruptcy in September 2019, after which it did not fulfill its promises.

In the meantime, Arc has invested all the money invested in the Arc Vector project, but the mentioned bankruptcy has put its realization on hold.

After two years, the company returned to the game thanks to CEO and designer Mark Truman.

Truman also revealed that deliveries of the new Arc Vector motorcycle will begin soon.

We have a very healthy order book and customers are already going through the program to customize each copy individually. Also, each Vector will be unique, he said.

Despite the uncertainty, the Arc Vector is an extraordinary machine, not only because of its appearance, but also because of its mechanical elements.

The motorcycle is made entirely of carbon fiber, and its 16.8 kW battery functions as a structural part of the maine.



Beneath the armor is a 95 kW (127 hp) electric motor that would help reach a top speed of 200 km / h (albeit electronically limited).


According to Arc, Vector has an autonomy of 320 km.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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