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The Arc Vector One Of The Best Looking Futuristic Electric Bike We have ever seen

The Arc Vector One Of The Best Looking Futuristic Electric Bike We have ever seen
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The Arc Vector electric motorcycle, capable of hitting a top speed of over 200 kmph, has made its first public appearance at the Goodwood Festival of Speed alongside other super bikes and performance motorcycles. Arc founder and CEO Mark Truman will be the person who will ride the Vector on the famed hill climb. The Arc Vector has a top speed of over 200 kmph. Goodwood is the ideal place for us to show the Vector to the people for the first time. We've been testing behind the scenes and now the bike is emerging from the shadows. It is the most amazing thing both to ride and behold. Up to 1,50,000 are expected at the Festival of Speed, and I hope they all get a chance to see what we've been working on a unique, all-electric neo cafe racer with all sorts of kit never before seen. Said Mark Truman.

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The final production model Vector will be powered by a 399V electric motor that churns out close to 140 bhp and 85 nm of peak torque. It will be a limited edition model and only 355 units will be made for sale.

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Only 355 units of the Arc Vector will be made and will be available on sale from 2020. Range is claimed at over 270 km on a single charge within the city, and 190 km range for highway riding. The Vector comes with a carbon fiber swing arm, Ohlins suspension and Brembo brakes. Designed and built in England the Arc Vector is described as one of the world's most advanced electric motorcycle. It's built around a carbon fiber monocoque, and 0 to 100 kmph acceleration is estimated at 2.7 seconds.

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The haptic alerts can warn the rider of a car approaching from either side, while the helmet displays all necessary infotainment information, and even provides a view from behind the rider. The Vector also comes with a Zenith helmet with built-in head-up display, and the helmet works in conjunction with an Origin riding jacket that features haptic feedback. The Arc Vector will be available commercially from the summer of 2020, but the limited edition model won't be affordable. Each bike is expected to be priced at around ₹ 80 lakh, under current exchange rates.

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