Model Electric Cafe Racer 1

Nov 29, 2017

Category: Rides

Based on the classic Honda 125cc Cafe Racer, this conceptual design takes the iconic silhouette into the 21st century without compromising any of its core features. The goal here? Design a motorcycle that’s design-forward, safe, and highly utilitarian for the rider.

As you can see, the standard engine has been replaced with an electric option that’s now protected from outside influences – featuring front grill protection with an air intake circulation design. There’s also a set of lateral air intakes here as well, and a side storage unit for any and all small compact baggage you may need to carry with you at certain times. A sleek display control embedded in the tank keeps you informed of battery levels, voltage, and energy while a handsome leather saddle rounds out the concept with a bit of classic flair.

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