Mission Motors’ Mission R Race-Ready Electric Super Bike Revealed; to Debut in Early 2011

December 18, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It isn’t Mission Impossible any more. The Long Beach International Motorcycle Show was venue for the showcasing of the Mission R, the new electric racing super bike from the stables of Mission Motors.

The compact and powerful electric race bike will have an actual release date sometime during early 2011 and is expected to join the fray at the TTXGP racing series and other races that follow.

The Mission R comes spruced up with Mission R’s powertrain technology and an awesome race-ready design.

The EV powertrain technology arm of Mission Motors – MissionEVT – has brought into the mean machine all its latest components providing more power, intelligence and efficiency into it.

Boasting of 14.4 kWh and 141 horsepower in a smaller package – something that reminds you of a 600cc sport bike, the Mission R also incorporates a liquid-cooled 3-phase AC Induction motor that returns 115 ft-lbs of torque and races from 0 to 6400 RPM and a top speed of over 160mph.

The chassis uses an entirely new design and helps integrate and balance the weight and volume of a large EV battery pack. The battery modules have been integrated with a Battery Management System, says Mission Motors.

The super bike comes with a 100kW controller with integrated Vehicle Management System that promises adjustable throttle mapping, regenerative braking and WiFi & 3G data connectivity.

We know you are looking forward to seeing it soon. So are we. Here are more pictures of the mean machine.

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