Mavizen TTX02 superbike
Mavizen TTX02 is an electric superbike claims 130mph top speed
Recently unveiled at SEMA, the Mavizen TTX02 electric superbike is primarily a racing vehicle. The motorcycle is the brainchild of Azhar Hussain, the man behind world’s first zero-emission motorcycle race. The motorcycle will most likely race in the 2010 installment of the green grand prix.
The motorcycle can reach a top speed of 130 mph, while drawing power from a lithium-ion pack. The batteries send juice to two Agni 95 electric motors, each capable providing 30hp continuously, and a peak of 48.2hp. The swappable drivetrain onthe motorcycle is controlled by Linux (though the images show somewhat of a Windows story), and the system bus has a USB port.
Hussain says the system can boot up in 3 seconds, and its web browser has support for remote login, configuration and system diagnostics. All this makes it easier for the system to receive updates.