Croatian based electric car company Rimac has recently lifted the lid on its new bike come motorbike, the Greyp G12
The bike can do 40mph (unassisted) with a pedal-free range of up to 75 miles and will recharge in around 80 minutes from any old power socket, other features include fingerprint activated ignition that will allow different digits to activate the bikes street or speed modes.
The chassis and rear swingarm are made out of high-grade, high-tensile 25CrMo4 steel. The tubes are CNC bent and cut while the sheet-metal parts are CNC laser-cut. All parts are welded on a custom-made jig in order to assure quality and tight tolerances. All stressed-parts are FEM analysed and stress-tested on benches. Hand-laminated carbon-fibre is used for the body.
No official word on price or availability as yet, but if you want to become a seller you can expect to take delivery of one as soon as October for 6,000 euros.