Touted as the “highest performing street-legal electric vehicle ever made,” the Mission RS Motorcycle aims to attract a field of riders who not only desire top performance but also a totally sustainable machine. This revolutionary two-wheeler is designed to match the aesthetics of Mission’s e-power bike that blew its competition out of the water at 2011’s FIM/TTXGP e-power race at Laguna Seca in California. The RS is powered by the company’s InfiniteDrive powertrain that delivers over 160hp, a sub 3-second 0-60 time, a top speed of 150 mph, and a range of 140 miles. Further enhancements include Ohlins FGRT forks, BST carbon fiber wheels, and a 7-inch, internet-connected touchscreen that offers turn-by-turn directions, an integrated HD camera with telemetry overlay, wireless HUD integration, and much more. With only 40 available, the Mission RS Motorcycle comes with a very appropriate price tag of $56,500 USD, especially when one considers it is both eco-friendly and technologically intelligent.
Once this concept becomes reality, everybody who’s anybody will want to ride out into the sunset on an ARAC ZXS. Designer Marko Petrovic really put everything together beautifully and minimally, even going as far as locking the fuel-injected twin-v motor in an ultra-lightweight aluminum chassis. Small, light, but obviously with a big “heart”, this baby will win you any futuristic street race aesthetically yet aggressively. Turn real life into a (non-violent) video game on top of the ARAC ZXS… hopefully soon. [See More]