ARC Vector Electric Motorcycle
Set for release next year, limited to 399-units worldwide and priced from $114K, the ARC Vector electric motorcycle is claimed to be the world’s most advanced. Featuring Human Interface technology, a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, hub-center steering, race inspired wheels and a 399-volt electric motor generating 133 HP and 109 lb-ft of torque, good for a 0-60 time of 3-seconds flat. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.



“In a straight line, it can accelerate to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 3 seconds flat and max out at 125 mph (201 km/h). Of course, all this without needing to sip any fuel. In an urban environment, the Vector boasts a range of 387 miles (623 km), whereas on the highway it can travel some 230 miles (370 km). That averages out to a range of 270 miles (435 km),” reports Car Scoops.

ARC Vector Electric Motorcycle
ARC Vector Electric Motorcycle
ARC Vector Electric Motorcycle
ARC Vector Electric Motorcycle
ARC Vector Electric Motorcycle
“The system we’ve developed gives the bike low-speed control. There are a handful of manufacturers who’ve implemented hub-centre steering in the past, but they did so with an anti-dive system. Riders want the bike to dive under braking, that’s what we’re used to. For the Vector, we’ve created a system that has all the benefits of HCS but which feels like a set of forks. The advantage is stiffness which allows for a steep rake angle and a chassis that enables fast changes of direction with stability at high-speed. What we’ve devised is the best of both worlds with none of the negatives,” said Arc founder and CEO, Mark Truman.