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Italian Volt presents electric flat tracker at Monza Reunion

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Italian Volt's Reunion is a one-off special created for the man that owns the Monza Reunion motorcycle show
Italian Volt's Reunion is a one-off special created for the man that owns the Monza Reunion motorcycle show
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Italian Volt's Reunion looks pretty cool
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Italian Volt's Reunion looks pretty cool
Italian Volt Reunion: full color dash
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Italian Volt Reunion: full color dash
Italian Volt Reunion: chunky 15-kWh battery
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Italian Volt Reunion: chunky 15-kWh battery
Italian Volt Reunion: exposed rear wheel and short single seat subframe
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Italian Volt Reunion: exposed rear wheel and short single seat subframe
Italian Volt Reunion: blue honeycomb pain job looks great
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Italian Volt Reunion: blue honeycomb pain job looks great
Italian Volt Reunion: based on the Lacama frame and powertrain
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Italian Volt Reunion: based on the Lacama frame and powertrain
Italian Volt Reunion: indicators appear to be integrated into the brake fluid reservoirs
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Italian Volt Reunion: indicators appear to be integrated into the brake fluid reservoirs
Italian Volt Reunion: v-shaped LED taillights
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Italian Volt Reunion: v-shaped LED taillights
Italian Volt Reunion: quiet belt drive
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Italian Volt Reunion: quiet belt drive
Italian Volt's Reunion is a one-off special created for the man that owns the Monza Reunion motorcycle show
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Italian Volt's Reunion is a one-off special created for the man that owns the Monza Reunion motorcycle show

A year on from the debut of its Lacama electric motorcycle prototype, Milan-based bespoke electric motorcycle manufacturer Italian Volt has released this nifty-looking special edition called The Reunion built on the platform.

Named after Monza's Reunion motorcycle show, it's a futuristic flat track-inspired design with a chopped seat and cruiser-style headlight built on the Lacama platform with its peppy 70-kW (94-hp) electric drivetrain and barrel-chested 15-kWh battery pack.

The bike was presented to Reunion's creator Matteo Adreani, and features some pretty nice blue honeycomb bodywork, as well as a snazzy full-color digital dash with its own internet connection for over-the-air software updates.

Italian Volt Reunion: blue honeycomb pain job looks great
Italian Volt Reunion: blue honeycomb pain job looks great

Accelerating from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.6 seconds, on the way to a limited top speed of 180 km/h (112 mph), range is currently around 200 mixed-cycle kilometers (~120 mi), but Italian Volt says it's likely this might be increased in future software updates as further efficiencies in motor control and battery management are identified.

Each Italian Volt bike is tailored to its buyer, and with a number of orders already in the system, the company claims it's on track to start deliveries by the end of this year.

Here's a video of the bike – skip to half way through if (for some reason) you don't want to look at completely irrelevant shots of men drawing things.

Italian Volt presents LACAMA

Source: Italian Volt

1 comment
VincentWolf
Another race bike, flat tracker, GP bike, Motocross bike, Ebike, Trials bike, etc. But STILL NO cruiser. Gee what's it take to invent one heh? Give me a break what a bunch of losers are the motorcycle industry.