Voxan Wattman becomes the world’s fastest e-bike at a top speed of 205 MPH.
Due to the increasing consciousness of the world towards the fuel crisis and the harmful effect of petroleum-based vehicles, Different companies are trying to improve the performance and the aesthetics of the electric-powered vehicles to match that of the petroleum ones.
In 2013, Venturi unveiled the Voxan Wattman. The “Made in Monaco” motorcycle delivers a phenomenal 150 kW (203 HP) of power at up to 10,500 rpm, generating instant torque of 200 Nm. At the time, it staked a claim to be the most powerful electric motorcycle ever built, capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds. Apart from the amazing motor, Wattman ushered in a new architecture, built around an engine-battery pack carrier set. Instead of a frame, it has an ultra-rigid aluminum exoskeleton that integrates all of the powertrain components. With The new 367 hp engine, powered by 1,470-cell batteries and cooled using dry-ice held in a special reservoir in the bike to draw heat away from the battery and motor, the new Voxan Wattman will try to reach the target of 330 km/h in the year 2021 on the Salar de Uyuni salt flats in Bolivia to break the current record of 329.085 km/h, set by Ryuji Tsuruta riding Mobitec EV-02A.
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