Tryton MM2 – Speedy Eco-Friendly Motorcycle

September 29th, 2010 by GreenDan Leave a reply »

Designed by Vil Tsimerzin, the Tryton MM2 concept represents an eco-friendly motorcycle aimed at those who enjoy a fast ride and are environmentally-conscious.

Besides having a unique and incredible design, the concept also features electric batteries that allow the Tryton MM2 to register a range of 132 miles per charge.

It would be interesting to note that the battery pack, found onboard, can be easily refueled in about two and a half hours.

In order to recharge the battery pack, one should connect the bike to a conventional 110V outlet.

The designer wanted to make a motorcycle that would not only be green but also more lightweight, which is why Vil used carbon fiber and re-enforced thermoplastic body panels.

The bike can reach 100mph in just 4.4 seconds. Its top speed is 160mph.

[via EcoFriend]


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