Jaguar Land Rover has just announced its investment in Arc motorcycles, which today is releasing an all-electric motorcycle called the Vector, and it sports some pretty cool tech.
The Vector is the first electric motorcycle with a Human Machine Interface (HMI), encompassed in its intelligent haptic ride-wear.
The HMI includes a sensory riding suit, and a helmet with a full heads-up display.
Arc’s vision is to make the Vector the “cleanest, safest and most fulfilling motorcycle on the road” thanks to an investment from InMotion Ventures, a.k.a. Jaguar Land Rover’s venture capital fund.
The Vector will be on display at the Milan Motorcycle show on November 8, where attendees can try on a virtual reality ride experience.
“Electric vehicles are pivotal for the future of urban mobility, helping people travel through cities quickly and cleanly as possible,” said Sebastian Peck, managing director for InMotion Ventures.
“We want to make sure that we’re not only changing the way people move but delivering unparalleled outdoor experiences while doing so. With Arc’s technology and vision, the Vector is an incredible development in the next generation of motorcycle travel.”
Pricing and availability for the Arc Vector have not been announced yet.
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