In such a diverse industry, it’s shocking to see the world of electric motorcycles lacking in the area of creativity — yet, for some reason, imitators have inundated the market alongside innovative companies, and the line has been blurred between originality and plagiarism. Dutch start-up NXT Motors, on the other hand, is neither of these things. And this makes their newly introduced Rage carbon fiber monocoque motorcycle all the more interesting.
The NXT Rage was recently unveiled at the Motorbeurs Utrecht show where it was marketed as an entirely naked model that would help to usher in the future of premium e-bikes for the brand. An Ohlins suspension and sport-oriented ride height demarcate the Rage’s ambition to entice consumers looking for a high-performing moto, while also offering comfortable commuting capabilities. A 7-inch color display and low mounted bars give the bike a menacing, dystopian look, while a black and grey monocoque body and integrated carbon fiber reinforcement make the bike nearly twice as strong (and 25% lighter) than similar offerings in the space. Keep your eyes peeled for upcoming release and pricing details via NXT’s website.