Eye catching with great design of Mission R Electric Motocycle
Mission R electric motorcycle was invented and designed in 2013, the motorcycle is capable of very high commercial production, by design looks very practical
Mission R is appreciated by electric motors equipped with powerful, 160 hp capacity, capable of accelerating from 0-100 km/h under 3 seconds, can reach a maximum speed of 240 km/h and capable of continuous operation over a distance of 224 km.
Although electric motorcycle but capacity up to 160hp. Details of the toy on the motorcycle is expensive. However, weaknesses of the Mission R, and most of the other electric motorcycles is too quiet motor ... the engine sounds not howling and growling as gasoline engine models, the exhaust suond which is strong cause "addiction" for motorcycle enthusiasts.
Mission R chassis system was developed based on more rigorous research, ensuring the safety of operation. Mission R version is equipped with branded parts such as RT Ohlins rear shock absorbers, Brembo M430 disc brakes, Marchesini aluminum wheels ...
Mission R electric motor is not outdone with combustion engine models that equipped on many other large displacement motocycles, and the more of the Mission R is not generated polluting emissions that polluted environment.
Mission R is priced at approximately $ 30,000
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If he does not react quickly in a heartbeat, maybe the photographers will never go again operational
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