Speed is the only real modern pleasure "- said Aldous Huxley.
And what's more modern than an electric motor?

The Voxan Wattman this weekend became the fastest electric motorcycle in the world, reaching a top speed of 408 km / h (254 mph) .

With a speed of 366.94 km / h (228.05 mph), they achieved their primary goal which was to set a new record in the prestigious "partially aerodynamic electric motorcycle over 300 kilos" class.

In line with FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) regulations, this speed was measured from a flight start over 1 mile in opposite directions, within a two hour period. The final speed is the average of the two speeds recorded on these two races.

In 2010, the iconic motorcycle manufacturer Voxan Motors was bought by Venturi. Its President, Gildo Pastor, immediately refocused the constructor on a new core business: electric engines.

In 2013, Venturi unveiled the Voxan Wattman, a symbol of the brand’s rebirth and its radically new technical direction and styling.

In 2019, the teams began work on a new, high-performance version of the Wattman, specially designed to set new world speed records.


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