Mission R world's most advanced electric motorcycle
Snapshot: Mission R takes the electric bike philosophy to a whole new level and clearly demonstrates the future of motorcycles
Mission R is a futuristic beautifully engineered motorcycle that is packed with 120 kW (160 hp) electric motor. This electric motor is integrated with a proprietary Mission Motorcycles InfiniteDrive™. The race-proven InfiniteDrive™ powertrain from Mission RS is used to power the Mission R. This InfiniteDrive™ is known for delivering bizarre levels of performance. Mission R really takes the electric motorcycles to a whole new level. James Parker designed the custom chassis for Mission R , it provides extraordinary feedback and control that outclass anything in its competition. The bike does 0-60 mph in 3 seconds.The bike is offered in three battery versions (12kWh, 15kWh, 17kWh). 12kWh version is capable of reaching a top speed of 140 mph while the maximum range it can cover is 105 miles. The other two versions have a longer range and are comparatively faster.
"I like using analogies to compare things, but I can’t because there’s just nothing really like it out there." -Steve Rapp (Professional racer,Daytona Winner)
The Mission R motorcycle runs on a revolutionary MissionOS™ user interface that delivers a complimentary cellular-data enabled high resolution, pressure-sensitive touch screen based user interface. The motorcycle comes equipped with fully digital instrument cluster supports integrated GPS, Bluetooth, an optional integrated image-stabilized HD camera, and head-up display (HUD) integration, woaaaah! That’s whole lot of electronics but wait till you read more its user interface also offers optional seamless integration of turn-by-turn navigation, communications, controls, a track mode, and ride telemetry data. The MissionOS™ sure adds another level of awesomeness to the Mission Motorcycles.
"...the connection between rider and machine is surprisingly more entrenched on the Mission R than any other motorcycle I have ridden. Chew on that."- Jensen Beeler (ASPHALTANDRUBBER.COM)
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