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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Royal Enfield Pioneer Electric Concept

So far, Royal Enfield is known as a manufacturer of classic motorcycles. But now the British manufacturer who the shares ownership and production processes have moved to India has made a surprise by the emergence of the modern concept of the electric motorcycle. It looks super futuristic and given the name, 'Royal Enfield Pioneer Electric Concept'.
Royal Enfield Pioneer Electric Concept by Daniel Lars Gunnarsson. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1FNDi2s)
This design idea came from Daniel Lars Gunnarsson, a Swedish automotive designer who often design futuristic nuances vehicles. The concept of this bike very much spiked with future technologies such as autonomous mode and self-balancing technology. In other words, the motorcycle is really designed with the principle of balance weights.
Front view of Royal Enfield Pioneer Electric Concept by Daniel Lars Gunnarsson. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1FNDi2s)
In general Gunnarsson has made a radical futuristic design with a variety of technologies that are not commonly used today. Among such floating axle, solid wheels, and the most unique is the monolithic chassis.
Right side view of Royal Enfield Pioneer Electric Concept by Daniel Lars Gunnarsson. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1FNDi2s)
The floating axle replaces the function steering wheel for motorcycle shaft axis can be tilted to the right and left to turn. Moreover Gunnarson not use common chassis. He makes this vehicle has a monolithic chassis intact and artistic impression. With these all of technologies, then the bike is claimed to be more stable, easier to control and more effective at the time of braking.
Rear side view of Royal Enfield Pioneer Electric Concept by Daniel Lars Gunnarsson. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1FNDi2s)
At first glance, the design outside of the grip that had been held by the Royal Enfield. It looks more daring, very modern. The points can be seen from the design of the double swing arm, steering area with different models, stylists wheels, and of course without the tank. But I do not know if this bike will be in production, minimal created as the prototype. No further explanations.....*** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | FUTURE TECHNOLOGY]
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