Wow! Meet ARC Vector, world’s most advanced electric motorcycle; amazing photos here

Nov 30, 2018, 11:39 AM IST
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Are you a bike freak? Love your high performance petrol guzzling monster bikes? If the answer is yes, then get set to be zapped by this ecologically responsible, super-powerful speed freak monster of a bike! Meet, ARC Vector, world’s most advanced electric motorcycle! yes, this high-speed motorcycle runs on electric energy. British automaker ARC has introduced the world’s most advanced electric motorcycle and named it Vector. That is not the only claim to fame for ARC Vector. Read on to find out:

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ARC Vector

ARC Vector

ARC Vector: The main highlight of this bike is its Heads-Up Display (HUD) helmet, which makes the riding experience even more awesome. Even miraculous in its scope and reach as far as empowering the driver is concerned! Image Source: Official website

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ARC Vector: Futuristic bike

ARC Vector: Futuristic bike

The bike is so futuristic that it has even Tata Motors owned Land Rover interested. In fact Jaguar Land Rover’s venture capital fund InMotion Ventures has actually invested in the venture. Sebastian Peck, Managing Director, InMotion Ventures said, “For Jaguar Land Rover’s venture capital fund, this is about being a technology leader in a disruptive environment. Our mission is to develop an expanded footprint for Jaguar Land Rover in the brave new world of premium mobility. We understand the power of emotional connection and creating really desirable objects, so we see natural synergy with Arc. The Vector is an incredible development in the next generation of motorcycle travel.” Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: Complete charge in just 45 min

Arc Vector: Complete charge in just 45 min

In raw pace, Arc Vector rivals fossil-fuelled superbikes, sprinting from standstill to 60mph in 3.1 seconds and carrying on to 120mph. Constant torque provides phenomenal throttle control and, if desired, front wheel lifting fireworks. Complete charging takes just 45 minutes with a fast charger. The combination of range, performance and practicality sets a new bar. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: Idea was born out of Land Rover’s ‘skunk works’

Arc Vector: Idea was born out of Land Rover’s ‘skunk works’

Notably, the idea for Arc was born out of Jaguar Land Rover’s White Space ‘skunk works’, an  innovation lab previously headed by Mark Truman. “At Arc, we have set out to create an electric motorbike with soul,” explains Mark, “one which thrills riders every bit as much as a flame-spitting internal combustion cycle, and which is more inspiring and desirable than any other two-wheel on the planet.” Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: £90,000 electronic motorcycle

Arc Vector: £90,000 electronic motorcycle

Here we bring to you a list of the amazing features of this £90,000 electronic motorcycle. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: British cafe racer

Arc Vector: British cafe racer

Arc Vector styling brings to mind the classic spirit of a British cafe racer, a symbol of freedom and high-fashion that stands for peerless handling and debonair attitude. It is also jaw-droppingly modern, taking not only the very latest technological innovations and employing many for the first time on a motorbike, but sculpting the machine from a futuristic yet classically inspired vision. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: MotoGP levels of stiffness

Arc Vector:  MotoGP levels of stiffness

Vector, first of all, is hand-built. It also has a lightweight carbon-composite body and ingeniously balanced battery-module monocoque, which is as efficient as it is attractive. It has MotoGP levels of stiffness for zero compromise on the ride. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: 399 units of voltage

Arc Vector: 399 units of voltage

As it is important to charge an electronic vehicle the Vector can be fully charged in just 45 minutes with a quick charging point or service station.  Its battery power cells can produce 399 units of voltage, which gives a range of 200 miles in urban roads and 120 miles on the highway. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: HUD helmet, ARC Zenith

Arc Vector: HUD helmet, ARC Zenith

The main highlight of Arc vector electronic vehicle is its Heads-Up Display (HUD) helmet called ARC Zenith, which is inspired by the helmets of the fighter pilots. This Amazing helmet has a small display screen which gives important information to the user and provides full freedom to the rider. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: Heads-Up Display helmet

Arc Vector: Heads-Up Display helmet

The Zenith helmet has been created in collaboration with Hedon, which is a connected HUD project speedo, sat-nav, and ancillary graphics on the rider’s visor so that they can keep their eyes on the road. A live rear-view camera is installed in the helmet which provides the ability to see behind the rider. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: Bespoke jacket, Origin

Arc Vector: Bespoke jacket, Origin

There is also an amazing bespoke jacket named Origin, which is a game-changing advance in intelligent technology, making motorcycling even more immersive. HMI has been implemented to the protected ride-wear by packing the jacket with audio-type haptic amplifiers like a lot more advanced smartphone’s vibration notification. These may vibrate to alert of a potential risk, gives effective performance-based feedback, or improve the senses when on an exciting ride. The Origin jacket is tailored in collaboration with style gurus Knox, which has three settings includes Urban Mode, Sports Mode, and, Euphoric Mode. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: 399 motorcycles in first year

Arc Vector: 399 motorcycles in first year

The production of this fabulous motorcycle is targeted at 399 motorcycles in year one, which is the same figure as the batteries’ total voltage. The battery cells, which are supplied by Samsung, are the absolutely cutting-edge and Arc is the first motorcycle manufacturer with access to this technology. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: New European Driving Cycle

Arc Vector: New European Driving Cycle

The powercell produces 399 units of voltage, giving a realistic range of about 200 miles in urban use and 120 miles on the highway. That’s about 30% more than any comparable EV. The NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) showed a 403-mile urban range, which is the drive-cycle often quoted by companies. Image Source: Official website

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Arc Vector: Mark Truman, Founder and CEO

Arc Vector: Mark Truman, Founder and CEO

Mark Truman, Founder, and CEO, Arc Vehicle Ltd said, “We felt that there was more one could get out of motorcycling which no one was tapping into. This is about using technology to strip back the experience of riding a bike, through the use of haptics and HUD. The helmet and jacket work in tandem with the Vector to remove distractions and emphasize the joy of riding.” Image Source: Official website

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