VOXAN WATTMAN Presents the Most Powerful Electric Motorcycle in the World

A NEW FRENCH REVOLUTION

VOXAN has today achieved a major revolution in French motorcycle history with the presentation of an ultra-powerful and upscale machine, radically innovative in its technology and its architecture: WATTMAN.

Symbolic of VOXAN's revival, the WATTMAN illustrates the new techniques and stylistic direction of the brand, with avant-garde technologies in the field of electric mobility and a design that anticipates the shape of bikes to come.

AN ELECTRIC SHOCK OF 200 HP

With 200 HP and an instantaneous torque of 200Nm up to 10,500 rpm, WATTMAN is now the world's most powerful electric motorcycle.

Synonymous with new sensations, WATTMAN offers driving pleasure in its purest form, capable of both lightning acceleration (0-160km/h in 5.9 seconds) and flexibility, thanks to its belt drive electric motor.

EXOSKELETON

VOXAN inaugurates a new motorcycle architecture built around a motor-battery pack carrier set. The frame is replaced by an ultra-rigid exoskeleton, integrating all the components of the powertrain. This results in a very pure motorcycle without a visible technical feature. To Sacha LAKIC, its designer: "this aluminium exoskeleton which contains the battery is the motorcycle's signature. You can tell from this design that it is an electric machine."

RECHARGED IN LESS THAN 30 MN

WATTMAN features an exceptional charging time of 80% in less than 30 minutes thanks to a "COMBO II" socket, the European quick charge standard. It can also be plugged to a standard household socket, thanks to its integrated charger.

Its ultra-compact 12.8kWh battery ensures 180 km of range.

TECHNOLOGICAL LUXURY

Primarily intended for an exclusive international clientele seeking innovation, WATTMAN will be produced unit-by-unit, upon order, and hand-assembled in France, at the Solesmes (Sarthe) Electric Vehicle Manufacture.

For more details, visit http://www.multivu.com/mnr/64159-voxan-wattman-most-powerful-electric-motorcycle and http://www.voxan.com.

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