ADVISORY - World’s Most Advanced Technical Motorcycle Revealed! VNR Expected 6th November Approx. 1300GMT VNR

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Monday 5th November 2018

World’s Most Advanced Technical Motorcycle Revealed! VNR Expected 6th November Approx. 1300GMT VNR 

      • Arc VECTOR is the safest and most advanced motorcycle ever made.
      • Disruptive design re-defining the motorcycle industry
      • Unique Human-Machine Interface comprises intelligent jacket and ‘heads up’ helmet 
      • Fastest electric bike ever!
      • Built by British engineers in Coventry and backed by InMotion, Jaguar Land Rover’s Investment Fund

 

Story: Launched at Milan’s EICMA bike show, the incredible Arc Vector is the most advanced electric motorcycle ever brought to market, utilizing exotic materials, thoroughbred componentry and cutting-edge architecture.

It sounds like science-fiction, but the VECTOR is reality:

A luxury electric motorcycle, styled like a futuristic racer, with a Heads-Up Display (HUD) helmet and intelligent biker jacket digitally connecting the rider with the road.
 
It’s the first model to be produced by Arc, a team of top engineering specialists based in Coventry, the UK’s high-tech automotive heartland.

 

This esoteric new brand aims to become the most desirable battery-powered marque on two wheels.

Shows: High quality vision will include the motorcycle reveal, real world B Roll footage of motorcycle, interviews and reviews.

Full script and detailed specifications will be available with the VNR on the 6th November 1300GMT.

Other: None

 
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ADVISORY - World’s Most Advanced Technical Motorcycle Revealed! VNR Expected 6th November Approx. 1300GMT VNR

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Arc VECTOR is the safest and most advanced motorcycle ever made

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2018/11/05

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