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July 3rd, 2007

evDaytona: battery powered sportsbike does 0-60mph in 2.7 seconds

Abstract:
The nature of electric motors means that battery range is directly in your hands; the designers claim a 143 mile economy range for gentle cruising, but this comes down to only 49 miles if you're really giving it the berries. The batteries are guaranteed to last at least 5 years, and will fully recharge in under 10 minutes if you've got a good (but pricey) quick-charger. They're also very safe, built using lithium ion polymer nanotech phosphate that's neither flammable, toxic or explosive.

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