The aluminum-framed Johammer J1 is wrapped in a funky polypropylene body, which hides the 11 kW (16 kW peak) electric drivetrain and 72V 12.7 kWh battery pack on its low-slung chassis. This article and its contents are protected by copyright, and may only be republished with a credit and link back to - ©2020, This article was written by Matt Strathern, who also provided the photography. High resolution 2.4″ colour screens provide information relating to speed, revs, warnings etc. THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF APOCALYPSE NOW WORLDWIDE, THE SPY FROM THE COLD: MYSTERY DECEPTIONS. In place of traditional gauges, the side mirrors have high-resolution displays that show information on the bike’s speed and range. The field attracts the outer part of the motor, which attempts to follow its direction, and in doing so turns the connected wheel. Images via Johammer. #gallery-1 { AVX has teamed with a number of experienced aerospace companies for development of the AVX JMR/FVL design. The terrible fate of Earth after a nuclear war has... Nephilim In Noah’s Family Genes– A Biblical Study. I’ve long been fascinated with electric vehicles – motorcycles in particular, and the designs that we’ve seen by companies like Brammo and Zero have shown that the burgeoning market category has enormous promise. First Track Test Of Indian Motorcycle’s Race Bagger, Motorcycle Modifications For Short Riders, SW-Motech Legend LT1 Magnetic Tank Bag Review, Rad And Vibrant Customs From The 1980s And 1990s, Harley-Davidson 131 Crate Engine Performance Review, “Long Way Up” Trailer With Harley LiveWire Released. Johammer J1 is a futuristic electric cruiser developed and manufactured in Austria by industrial designer Johann Hammerschmid. The J1.150 will set you back £19,000 ($31,600) while the J1.200 will hit your wallet a bit harder at £20,600 ($34,500) in exchange for a bigger battery and longer range. Johammer J1.150 Latest update: 26 Oct 2017. Design: Leonie Lawniczak & Jean-Marie Lawniczak / Pricing starts at a wince-inducing €23,000 (US$31,800) for the 8.3 kWh version and €25,000 (US$34,630) for the longer-legged 12.7 kWh version. Single-arm cast aluminium rear fork with progressive suspension control. There are currently two different models of the Johammer J1, the J1.150, with an 8.3 kWh battery pack capable of traveling up to 150 km (93 miles) on a charge, and the J1… The position of the handlebar and footrests are adjustable. A J1.200 electro motorcycle is parked at at the Johammer e-mobility headquarters in Bad Leonfelden April 23, 2014. Motorcycle Cruiser may receive financial compensation for products purchased through this site. Johammer J1. The hub motors eliminates the need for a heavy transmission, gear train, and axles which reduces the weight, making the electric bike far more efficient. According to the video, EXACTO is being developed by Teledyne Scientific & Imaging, with funding from DARPA.