GoWheel creates an electric Triumph Daytona
The conversion doesn't come cheap. From their website, I extract that you might be looking as as much as $50,000 for a DIY kit, or you could buy the entire Triumph from them for $77,000. If those numbers are right, I expect few, if any, takers. But, at least people are experimenting with what is possible. The more examples are made, and the more are sold, the less electric vehicles will end up costing... at least, that's the theory anyway.
I remember people saying that one big problem with the electric R1 we brought you was the looks. It seems that GoWheel was able to integrate the electrics under the bodywork, which is a plus. If you don't like the sportbike look, check out their chopper! The specs aren't quite a high, but it does cost less at less than $50,000 complete, and the operating costs of twelve cents a mile are a bonus.
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