French manufacturer Voxan can now claim to have the world's fastest electric motorcycle. Using a short airstrip instead of a salt flat, rider Max Biaggi and the 362-horsepower Voxan Wattman set no less than 11 land speed records on the weekend.
Voxan and Max Biaggi's attempt at the electric motorcycle land speed record has been postponed, along with all your hopes and dreams for 2020. But here's the 367-horsepower, partially streamlined monster that'll hurtle down the Bolivian salt in 2021.
French motorcycle company Voxan is hitting the salt flats next year to take a stab at an electric motorcycle land speed record. With Max Biaggi confirmed as the rider, the Voxan team is aiming for a two-way speed over 330 km/h (205 mph) with a streamlined version of its Wattman electric cruiser.