Handcrafted In Britain, ARC VECTOR Is Claimed To Be World’s Most Advanced Motorcycle

Customized and handcrafted uniquely for each owner, Arc Vector promises world’s most advanced electric motorcycle of its kind. Developed in Britain, each motorcycle is fully integrated with Human Machine Interface (HMI), the company promises that there’s no motorcycle that blends innovation, technology, craftsmanship, and experience like Arc Vector. As a fully electric motorcycle, it comes with modular battery monocoque.


ARC VECTOR - World's Most Advanced Motorcycle

The design process was carefully considered cross vehicle architecture so that the result is an architecture vehicle bespoke to each unit to deliver its true potential. By replacing traditional chassis with battery, it provides driver with Vector’s class leading range. That bike mass figures provide a dynamic experience which is often lost on regular electric vehicles, especially motorcycles.

Arc Vector e-Motorcycle comes with patented front-end geometry, carbon fiber swingarms, custom Öhlins dampers and Brembo Stylema brake system. Each motorcycle comes with Arc Pilot System that provides a transformational riding experience with notifications and feedback to keep you safe and agile. Furthermore, Arc teamed up with Knox to develop the Origin armour and jacket system that houses the Pilot System’s haptic. Partnership with Hedon also makes it possible for Arc to bring you Arc Zenith helmet to facilitate the HUD.

ARC VECTOR - World's Most Advanced Motorcycle

ARC VECTOR - World's Most Advanced Motorcycle

ARC VECTOR - World's Most Advanced Motorcycle

ARC VECTOR - World's Most Advanced Motorcycle

ARC VECTOR - World's Most Advanced Motorcycle

ARC VECTOR - World's Most Advanced Motorcycle

ARC VECTOR - World's Most Advanced Motorcycle



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