The Arc Vector electric motorbike made a significant impression when it was shown for the first time in 2018, owing to its stand-out look, excellent performance, and cutting-edge technologies. With an ultra-futuristic aesthetic and a concentration on speed and performance that set it apart from anything we had ever seen, it was unique in its concept form.
Arc has had its share of challenges, much like several other programs targeted toward the future of two-wheeled mobility. Arc stated that it would begin producing its bikes in 2019. Still, due to several obstacles, not to mention the worldwide epidemic, Arc had to slow down.
The company has plans to create one of the most cutting-edge Human-Machine-Interface (HMI) systems for the new motorbike. It has now announced the Arc Vector Angel Edition.
Owners will test Arc Vector Angel Edition
The British firm is offering 10 owners of its super high-tech roadster the option to participate in the HMI system’s final development with this AE edition. A full-face helmet with a heads-up display replacing the rearview mirrors and gauge cluster and a jacket with haptic sensors offering collision avoidance capabilities are all part of the HMI system, this will replace conventional motorcycle features.
In other words, the first 10 buyers of the Arc Vector Angel Edition will participate in the final R&D of the bike itself, just as test pilots put brand-new equipment through its paces for the first time. That’s pretty awesome, huh?
More precisely, the participants will take part in several tests, the most important of which will be many circuit runs in the U.K. and the U.S. Their input will be crucial in enhancing the advanced technological systems of the Vector. In addition to track testing, the Vector will also go through a battery of demanding road tests, which will ultimately be crucial because the bike will be a street bike.
After completing the testing phase, which should take around two years, the testers will get their own production models. Suppose you have an interest in the Vector’s technical specifications. In that case, Arc states that this future naked bike will have a peak speed of 200 km/h, or 125 mph, and be able to go up to 436 km (272.5 miles) on a single charge.