Based on a Triumph Daytona chassis, the evDaytona electric motorcycle gives you great performance and variable range, depending on how many batteries you choose, … or can afford. Their goal is a 100 mile range at 70 mph, which currently takes 220 pounds of batteries, which drops performance a bit. Opting for 30 pounds of batteries gives you 0-60 mph in 2.7 seconds but only a 15 miles of range. Your choice then is a spare (expensive) pack of batteries at your destination if it’s a normal commute, or a charger. An expensive charger gives you a 10 minute charge time, a standard charger does the job in a few hours.
The batteries are the lithium ion polymer type that seems to be the popular choice for EV builders these days, … popular, but still really expensive.
As far as appearance, it looks fairly normal except for the huge windshield to improve aerodynamics to stretch the range as far as possible, better batteries might tone that down a bit.
They don’t yet have DOT approval so even if you come up with the, … $77,000!! for the full battery pack option, you still can’t go anywhere. I think the Lightning Lithium was a better setup, they seemed to have better range and price than this one.
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