Ex-Tesla employee electric motorcycle prototype gets driven
The guest rider found the torque to be mule-strong and unrelenting while the throttle stayed smooth and precise. No shifting was required as he quickly brought it up to the shy side of 100 mph, and then, with the help of some Brembo hardware, back down into legal range again. Like other electrics, it wasn't really silent though it was, thankfully, free of annoying vibration. Aside from speculation, there is precious little to be known about the project at this time but when they are good and ready, we are hopeful there will be some beans spillin' here.
[Source: Motorcycles' Journal via Doug@TeslaMotorsClub]
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