The Voxan Wattman Electric Motorcycle

Lookout, folks – the “most powerful electric bike in the world” is about to be unleashed.

The Voxan Wattman Electric Motorcycle boasts an impressive 200 horsepower and top speed of 106 miles per hour, driving the bike from zero to sixty in 3.4 seconds. Not bad for something that has to be plugged into a wall socket.

Voxan claims that the Wattman has a practical range of 112 miles, and it has a rapid recharge cycle to get you back up and moving as soon as possible. When connected to a 220 volt, 150 amp power source, the bike can be 80 percent charged after a mere 30 minutes.

The design of this bike was based on the exoskeleton of a scorpion. You will immediately notice the lack of a tubular frame, which has been replaced by an aluminum cover to house the bike’s innards. The result is quite exciting aesthetically, causing your eyes to take in the bike as an integrated whole rather than the sum of its parts. Engineered in Monaco and built in France, the Wattman is as elegant and futuristic as it is powerful. It has no release date as of yet, but expect the price tag to be hefty.

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