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Voxan Wattman More Detailed Tech Specs Revealed

Voxan Wattman designer Sasha Lakic reveals some more tech details of the amazing bike they unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in late 2013.
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The Wattman comes with a 200 hp permanent magnet motor which reaches top power between 7500 and 10500 rpm, and which will deliver 200 Nm (147.4 lb-ft) from 0 to 6000 rpm. The max rpm for the liquid-cooled motor is 10500, with direct drive gear primary transmission and a 35mm timing belt final one.

The frame is a "structural battery packaging and self-supporting motor casing" sitting on 43mm inverted forks and dual swingarms with independent shocks. Juice flows from a Lithium Ion unit, with a nominal voltage of 320 V, storing 12.8 kWh. The carbon rims accommodate 18" Pirelli Commander II rubber, 130mm for the front and 240mm for the rear.

Stopping power comes from four 230mm rotors squeezed by 4D 4-pot Beringer calipers in the front and a 230mm single disc with a 2-piston Beringer caliper in the rear.

The Voxan Wattman is good for 170 km/h (105.6 mph), and it will do 0 to 60 mph (100 km/h) in 3.4 seconds and 0 to 100 mph (160 km/h) in 5.9 seconds.

With a seat height of 815mm (32.1"), the Voxan Wattman has a 100mm (3.9") ground clearance and 32-degree rake, tipping the scales ar 350 kg (772.6 pounds).

A price? Good joke, "mais non!"

 
 
 
 
 

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