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Win Races Greenly with Voxman Wattman, The Most Powerful Electric Motorcycle

by Range

Have you ever wanted to ride a motorcycle that’s basically made up of a big electric battery, a hefty motor and two wheels popped on the bottom? Well, the Voxman Wattman won’t win any beauty competitions, but you’ll laugh all the way to the finish line, as you blow your competition away, all with zero emissions.

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The Voxman Wattman is claimed to be the world’s most powerful all-electric motorcycle, and it’s completely wrapped in an aluminum chassis that houses its drivetrain. It has 200hp, which will propel it to 100 mph in under six seconds. Plus, you can recharge this beast in less than 30 minutes.

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The motorcycle will be hand-built in France, and I’m guessing that the price, which hasn’t been disclosed yet, will be pretty hefty.

I can only imagine fighting off stormtroopers and Matrix-style assassins on this EV.

[via Autoblog]

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