don’t let underperforming electric motorcycles (with less than inspiring design, if we might add) drench your hope for a more exhilarating and cleaner future ride. if there’s anything that could change that perception, it would be the Voxan Wattman Electric Superbike which as its name suggests, is loaded with wattage – thanks to the chunk of batteries that form bulk of the bike – enough for it to travel up to 110 miles (180 km) and also enables this beast, or should we say ‘tank’, on two wheels rocket from naught to 62 miles an hour in 3.4 seconds – and 0-100 mph (160 km/h) in mere 5.9 seconds – and achieving a top speed of 105 mph (170 km/h). and the real kicker here? its massive 12.8 kWh lithium-ion juice pack takes just 30 minutes to recharge up to 80% capacity – a quality made possible with European quick charge standard “COMBO II” socket and even better still, an onboard charger allows it to be charged using any household outlets.
the Voxan Wattman here claims the title of “the most powerful electric motorcycle in the world” with somewhere in the region of 200 hp on tap, which in my book translates to a ride that is both exhilarating and scary at the same time. two wheels. electric powered and 105 mph. man, you have to be completely insane to take a two-wheeler up to that speed – even though it has a reassuring uber wide 240mm tire out at the back. and with an instant torque of 200 Nm? that just made it even more crazier. the vehicle itself is more like a moving battery with a structural battery packaging and self-supporting motor casing. it has 43mm invert fork up front, dual swingarms and dual shock absorbers for the rear, beautiful carbon 18-inch wheels, and a Beringer disc brake system to haul it to a stop. there is no word on when this electric superbike will be available and similarly, pricing information is not known yet. regardless, we would still love it if you could join us in ogling over some handful, but nevertheless awesome images in the image gallery below.