Tryton MM2 Futuristic Electric Motorcycle By Vil Tsimenzin
Combining the romance and elegance of classic motorcycles with the performance of modern day bikes, Boston-based designer Vil Tsimenzin has created a motorbike concept dubbed the “Tryton MM2” that runs on electric batteries to provide a sustainable ride but in style. Featuring the body finished in carbon fiber re-enforced by thermoplastic body panels, the electric motorbike provides a range of about 132 miles on a single charge, while the onboard battery pack can be charged through a conventional 110V outlet in about two and a half hours. Weighing about 215lbs, the zero emission motorcycle can reach the top speed of 160 mph and reach from zero to 100 mph in 4.4 seconds only.
Designer: Vil Tsimenzin | Source: Thedesignblog.org