Canadian startup Damon Motorcycles has designed an electric motorcycle able to work at a mobile battery, the company said on its Internet site.
The motorcycle is equipped with the V2H system – enabling the motorcycle to be charged from a household outlet. The bike can also be used as a reserve power source.
The bike’s charging device is two-directional – household current can be used to charge or it can be used in the opposite direction if needed. When fully charged, the battery can last for two days in conditions of average energy consumption.
The startup offers two models – Hypersport Permier and Hypersport HS. The models differ in price and in equipment provided, though the main performance features are identical.
The bike features a 200 horsepower engine and a top speed of 200 miles per hour (323 km/hour). A single charge will be sufficient to travel about 320 km.