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|03-02-2016, 11:40 AM||#1|
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That electric 2WD in full
Rebranded to Armotia this is the finished version of the VisionAR we showed you yesterday
YESTERDAY we dug up some intriguing patent images that led us to a 'coming soon' webpage for Italian firm VisionAR and its forthcoming two-wheel-drive bike.
It turns out the bike has been revealed under different name - the Armotia Due - and is set to be available in ‘R’ supermoto and ‘X’ enduro forms. Thanks to reader ComicalFarce for the tip.
Top speed is a somewhat disappointing 55mph dropping to 50mph on the enduro version.
Here are the claimed specifications for the two machines.
Due R specs (Due X in brackets where different):
Frame: Oval steel trellis frame
Seat height: 920mm (940mm)
Ground clearance: 340mm (360mm)
Front suspension: USD 41mm fork
Rear suspension: Fully adjustable Bitubo monoshock
Front wheel travel: 240mm
Rear wheel travel: 220mm
Front brake: ø260mm floating disc, 2-piston parallel Brembo caliper
Rear brake: ø220mm floating disc, single piston caliper
Front wheel: 1,60 x 21″
Rear wheel: 2,25 x 18″
Front tyre: 90/90 – 21 trail (80/90 – 21 enduro)
Rear tyre: 120/80 – 18 trail (110/80 – 18 enduro)
Type: Permanent magnets 3-phase, axial flux
Type: Permanent magnets 3-phase, radial flox
Total power: 15hp
Total torque to wheels: 132.7lbft
Max speed: 55mph (50mph)
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