This Concept Electric Motorcycle Recharges In 10 Minutes

The futuristic motorbike features six honeycomb-like, quick-swapping battery modules.

Electric motorbike concept

Olegs Zabelins and Pavels Sevcenko

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From designers Olegs Zabelins and Pavels Sevcenko, this concept for a streetfighter-style electric motorcycle is based around six easy-to-replace batteries. Rather than waiting for the vehicle to charge between trips, riders of this motorbike would simply flip up a side covering and swap fresh battery modules into the honeycomb-like storage compartment (see rendering below.)

Electric motorbike concept, battery modules

Olegs Zabelins and Pavels Sevcenko

According to the concept's creators, a recharge should take no more than 10 minutes. Another benefit of this design: Replaceable batteries could make the motorcycle cheaper to produce and easier to repair.

Electric motorbike concept, rendering

Olegs Zabelins and Pavels Sevcenko

Electric motorbike concept, tech

Olegs Zabelins and Pavels Sevcenko

Electric motorbike concept, engineering

Olegs Zabelins and Pavels Sevcenko

The Future Of Motorcycles

Popular Science