The CONCEPT-E at odds with the regular world of motorcycles with its exceptional use of materials. In pursuit of excellence. DAB Motors has incorporated:
- Carbon fibre.
- Öhlins suspensions were explicitly designed for the project.
- Beringer CNC aluminium brakes.
- A Gates belt drive, running on aluminium machined pulleys, to maximize power and minimize noise.
The CONCEPT-E saddle is made from Ripstop.A resistant textile usually used for yacht sails and technical clothing for unique upholstery.
A high-tech mobility tool, the CONCEPT-E is DAB Motors’s first electric motorcycle. And begins the manufacturer’s transition to electric models.
Equipped with a 10kW motor and 51.8V Li-ion battery, the Concept-E arrives as the legal equivalent to a 125cc, easily driven after a few hours of training.
The beauty of the CONCEPT-E electric machine as its driving comfort and intuitive use.Combined with its powerful instant torque, which propels you through the streets, almost silently.
The CONCEPT-E is designed as an object, not just a traditional motorcycle. CONCEPT-E is intended to be an object, not just a conventional bike. “Creating an electric model allows freedom from the usual motorcycle design codes.
Integration constraints that differ from those on a gas motorcycle enable.To use sober and fluid lines to place the Concept-E in an urban technological universe”.
Pierrick Pichaureaux, Head of design at Outercraft. CONCEPT-E’s design comes based on two fundamental dynamics:
- The horizontal line brings simplicity, and
- The oblique line perpetuates DAB Motors’s iconic form, giving an impression of speed and lightness at the rear of the motorcycle.
The designers and engineers studied the assembly of the materials for the swingarm and dashboard to integrate the cables elegantly.
The LED speedometer inserted directly into the triple trees is projecting all the information onto the bodywork.
Minimalist and punctuated with innovatio. The CONCEPT-E demonstrates DAB Motors’s desire to show only the essentials and their signature design intention for future electric models.
via DAB Motors