The ubiquity of electric cars can undeniably be attributed to Tesla. Had it now not been for Elon Musk’s vision to make battery-powered four-wheelers the gold standard, we wouldn’t see the whole automotive industry scramble towards competing on this new field. However, there’s an exception that may be immediately linking to Tesla’s non-involment. Two Wheelers. Electra, Haibike, Izip and Orbea are the most famous brands for makes the E-Bikes. But this Tesla E-Bike would be revolutionary.
Tesla has dabbled in maximum sections of the four-wheeler industry. From sedans, to pickup trucks, roadsters, semi-trailer trucks, and even quad-motorcycles. There’s an obvious loss of two-wheelers in Tesla’s product portfolio. James Gawley took it upon himself to fill that void, at least with a concept. Meet the Tesla E-Bike Model M. Designed to make electric motorcycles greater of the repute quo. The Model M comes with a unique aesthetic that deliberately chooses to create a negative area in its design wherein the gasoline-tank could be, nearly poking a laugh at its fuel-guzzling ancestors.
The Tesla E-bike’s curvy outer frame harks to the curvilinear layout-language of its sedans just like the Model X and Model S. A huge dashboard occupies a good sized quantity of space wherein you’d count on the fuel tank’s inlet. – giving you an entire host of data out of your speed and battery level to the bike’s performance and even an in depth map to help you navigate. Pretty cool, right? And it’s well suiting with Tesla’s Supercharger network too!