The world’s first rechargeable plug-in motorcycle, called the Enertia, will be available next year.
The Enertia’s range is about 45 miles, and borrowing from racing technology, the Enertia utilizes a carbon fiber chassis producing an ultra strong, light-weight vehicle platform of just 275 lbs. The chassis integrates six lithium-phosphate batteries from supplier Valence Technology that together produce the power to propel the Enertia to a top speed of over 50 mph.
This probably limits you to New York and San Francisco, but it’s not hard to admit that it looks pretty cool.
The Enertia will go on sale in first-quarter 2008, with prices starting at $11,995.
For more information, visit www.enertiabike.com.