Friday, October 25, 2013

Mission RS reaches speeds of 150mph and can go from 0 to 60 in three seconds

First cars - now for the electric SUPERBIKEThe Mission RS bike features a two-wheeled electric propulsion system and is the brainchild of an engineer based in New York City
It claims to be the fastest and most advanced street-legal electric motorbikes in the world but costs over £44,000
A clever user interface lets the driver access an on-board GPS system, Bluetooth and an image-stabilised HD camera via an HD touchscreen
A U.S. engineer has created an electric superbike made of lightweight carbon fibre that can reach speeds of 150mph and go from 0 to 60 in just three seconds.
His aim is to create the ultimate eco bike that outperforms traditional, petrol guzzling superbikes on performance and driving experience.
The Mission RS bike features a two-wheeled electric propulsion system and claims to the the most advanced and fastest street-legal electric motorbike in the world.
The Mission RS bike features a two-wheeled electric propulsion system and claims to the the most advanced and fastest street-legal electric motorbike in the world
The bike has a 120kW electric motor combined with an 'InfiniteDrive' powertrain, which gives the vehicle 160 brake horsepower
The company, based in New York City, says the bike has 'unprecedented levels of control and performance never seen before in any electric vehicle.'
But it also has as hefty price tag of $72,499, or £44,700, and only 40 are being produced.