Mission Motorcycles Mission R and Mission RS 04

Mission Motorcycles, an entity born through the partnership of Mission Motors and Mark Seeger, has taken its first step in “redefining the current state of the art of motorcycles” by introducing two electric sport bikes – Mission R and Mission RS.

Both bikes are powered by a revolutionary powertrain from Mission Motors, who competed in the 2009 TTXGP at the Isle of Man with Mission One, a zero emissions electric bike designed Yves Behar. The InfiniteDrive powertrain, as they call it, provides 160 hp and 163 Nm of torque, which results in a sub-3 second 0 to 100 km/h sprint and 241 km/h of top speed.

Mission Motorcycles Mission R and Mission RS 05

The Mission RS, which will be limited to only 40 units, gets a 17 kWh battery (good for 225 km journey on a combined cycle), Öhlins FGRT forks and BST carbon fiber wheels. It also has the MissionOS, an internet-connected motorcycle information system with turn-by-turn directions, integrated HD camera with telemetry overlay and wireless HUD integration, among others. This system is also available on the cheaper Mission R.

Mission Motorcycles Mission R and Mission RS 03

Mission R buyers, on the other hand, get to choose between three battery packages – 12 kWh, 15 kWh, or 17 kWh with 169 km, 193 km and 225 km respective combined cycle ranges. Other than that, the Mission R is equipped with Öhlins RT suspension, Brembo monobloc calipers, and Marchesini forged aluminum wheels.

Bookings are open now but first deliveries will not start until summer next year.






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