Italian Volt Electric Motorcycle

Mar 23, 2017

Category: Rides

With the entire automotive world slowly trending away from fossil fuels, it’s no wonder that electric power has begun to trickle into motorcycle design. And there are certainly a lot of benefits to that – including cheaper fuel, quieter and smoother rides, and the potential for a whole lot more torque than their petrol-powered counterparts. The one thing that the electric bike world seems to be lacking, however, is customizability. But that’s all about to change thanks to the Italian Volt electric motorcycle.

Boasting a single-charge range of over 124 miles, a 0-64 time of 4.6 seconds, an electronically-limited top speed of over 111 miles per hour, and over 153 foot-pounds of torque – this bike is a pretty impressive specimen on its own. Even better, it can charge up from 0-80% in just 40 minutes. But what really makes it cool is that it is 100% customizable from handles to tires. In fact, the brand is so dedicated to how bespoke these 3D printed bike bodies are that they’re making the claim that every one they make is one of a kind. As such, you’ll have to contact the brand for pricing and availability. [Purchase]

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