Enclosed motorcycle -MonoTracer E banishes range anxiety forever!

Enclosed motorcycleEnclosed motorcycle that’s not as easy to maneuver as you’d think it is.

The enclosed motorcycle, called MonoTracer E is an all-electric cabin motorcycle. Moreover, it is considered to be one of the most efficient vehicles in the world. That’s why Rohit Jaggi, Financial Times produces, decides to try it out. Thus, he visits the MonoTracer Peraves skunk-works in Switzerland and takes the enclosed motorcycle for a spin through Zurich countryside.  Yes, that’s where the rain is.

Well, thanks to MonoTracer E, Rohit stayed dry and warm in the safety cabin. Moreover, he seemed to really enjoy the thrill and the experience itself.

Enclosed motorcycle -MonoTracer E banishes range anxiety forever

Enclosed motorcycleIt seems that thanks to the low aerodynamic drag design of the enclosed motorcycle, the range concerns are not concerns anymore. Moreover, battery recharging is pretty quick with the 20kW AC Propulsion reductive charger that’s on board. If you ask Rohit, the enclosed motorcycle is actually the most energy efficient high performance vehicle in the world. It’s all for a sustainable mobility future.

The vehicle itself weights 1,200-pound. It’s a 200 HP baterry-powered enclosed cabin motorcycle so its speed is not mind-blowing. The MonoTracer E has a top speed of 150 mph. It goes from zero to sixty in less than 4 seconds. Well, it’s not bad for an all-electric cabin on two wheels! The drive train that it uses is similar to the one in the Tesla Roadster.

The enclosed motorcycle features “landing gear”. This thing is brought down to stabilize the MonoTracer E when it slows speeds or stop. The operator retracts the gear once going and the motorcycle can lean up to 52 degrees in a turn.

This is not a vehicle that’s supposed to tear the track apart. It’s a motorcycle that keeps you safe and dry. That is, if you learn how to control it. Supposedly, it’s not as easy as you would expect. Check out what the bike is all about!

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