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Not just any superbike, the $58,999 (base model) Mission RS boasts the InfiniteDrive powertrain, which delivers over 160hp, boosting it to a 3-second 0-60 time, complete with a top speed of 150 mph and a 140 mile range. You’ll also get Ohlins FGRT forks, BST carbon fiber wheels, and a 7″ touchscreen powered by Mission OS, an internet-connected info system offering turn-by-turn directions, an integrated HD camera with telemetry overlay, and wireless HUD integration. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Using a standard 220v outlet that you’ll find in your laundry room, a complete charge will take around an hour and requires no extra equipment. Here’s what Motherboard has to say:
Mission’s plan is similar – build the best electric bike possible, and those that can afford it won’t have to worry about compromises.
For EV builders, it’s important to prove to the market that electric vehicles can compete, something the RS does well. But the huge question is when the technology will trickle down to cheaper models and more potential buyers.