The intention was to borrow a design element present in all Tesla cars that contributes to their futuristic appearance. While taste is subjective, the result doesn’t look bad at all.
If it were real, the bike would have a full range of 174 miles (280 km). Decent, but not extraordinary by any means. With a 20-minute charge, you’d get 47 miles (about 75 km) of range. As for a full charge, you would potentially have to wait around 2.5 hours to replenish the juice in this thing via the CCS2 charging port.
There would also be three riding modes to choose from, based on preference – Standard, delivering 70% of the power, Sport, with 100% of the power delivered, and Individual, which you could potentially customize. Some other theoretical numbers include a 0 to 62 mph (0 to 100 km/h) time of 3.5 seconds, and a top speed of over 124 mph (200 km/h).
While it’s hard to believe we’ll see a real Tesla bike anytime soon, it’s probably safe to say we’ll have more concepts popping up here and there.
At the moment, the company is pretty busy with the Semi truck, full self-driving, and extending their Supercharger network. But maybe we can vote an actual Tesla bike into existence sometime in the future.
You can check out Yen Chi Chang’s Behance page if you want to take a closer look at his design project.