ITALIAN VOLT LACAMA | Convertible electric motorcycle

Another electric motorcycle from Milan is pushing its way onto the market under the brand name Italian Volt. The Italian Volt Lacama can be combined with different covers like a smartphone and thus optically adapted.  With the Lacama - the name is derived from a Chameleon - Italian Volt wants to offer an electric motorcycle that can be adapted to the wishes of its owner in a wide variety of ways. After numerous design studies, the Lacama entered the prototype stage in 2018. The Italians made their public appearance in Goodwood at the Festival of Speed. The Lacama has also been available for pre-order since 2018. The reservation fee was $ 250 and the purchase price was quoted at $ 38,000 at the time. The first models of a small series should roll out to customers in 2018. As is so often the case with startups, the timetable was delayed. At EICMA 2021, the Italians are now presenting the series version of the Lacama. The first customer machines are to be delivered in the first quarter of 2022.    200 kilometers range  The Italian Volt Lacama follows the usual electric motorcycle cut. An aluminum bridge frame made from wide profiles encompasses a powerful battery pack. Behind it sits the electric motor, which drives the rear wheel via a toothed belt. The Lacama has a total length of 2.10 meters, the wheelbase is 1,482 millimeters and the seat height is specified as 83 centimeters.  The 11.5 kg liquid-cooled electric motor has an output of 110 kW and provides a maximum torque of 280 Nm. The energy is supplied by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 15 kWh. The charging time for an 80% filling is given as 40 minutes, the full charge should take around 3 hours. When it comes to range, Italian Volt mentions up to 200 kilometers when driving in eco mode. Whoever turns on the electric gas should be able to accelerate the 250 kilogram Lacama to 100 km / h in under four seconds. The top speed is limited to 200 km / h. The Lacama also has a maneuvering aid with which the e-bike can be moved forwards and backwards at walking pace.    Many variants can be represented  The spring elements are of a conventional nature. At the front there is an Öhlins upside-down fork in the triple clamps. At the rear, an Öhlins mono spring strut supports the swing arm on the frame. The wheels measure 3.5 x 17 inches at the front and 5.5 x 17 inches at the rear, as is customary in this class. Brembo contributes the radially screwed brake calipers on the double disc brake system at the front.  The cockpit is built on a large TFT screen that can of course be networked extensively via iOS and Android and shows all on-board functions.    Italian volt  The Lacama is changeable, it can be extensively individualized.  The only thing that is fixed on the Lacama is the basic structure of the chassis and drive. In addition, the Italians want to offer numerous customization options. The Lacama can be designed as a one or two-seater. With the right add-on parts, it can be turned into a scrambler or a disguised sports motorcycle. Or would you prefer a naked bike? No problem either. A Cafe Racer, a Flattracker, wire-spoke wheels instead of cast rims, steering stubs instead of superbike handlebars, and, and and .... The individual fairing parts are made using 3D printing.    CONCLUSION  With the Lacama, Italian Volt brings an electric motorcycle that can be customized with a wide variety of attachments. The motorcycle is expected to arrive in early 2022.

Another electric motorcycle from Milan is pushing its way onto the market under the brand name Italian Volt. The Italian Volt Lacama can be combined with different covers like a smartphone and thus optically adapted.

With the Lacama - the name is derived from a Chameleon - Italian Volt wants to offer an electric motorcycle that can be adapted to the wishes of its owner in a wide variety of ways. After numerous design studies, the Lacama entered the prototype stage in 2018. The Italians made their public appearance in Goodwood at the Festival of Speed. The Lacama has also been available for pre-order since 2018. The reservation fee was $ 250 and the purchase price was quoted at $ 38,000 at the time. The first models of a small series should roll out to customers in 2018. As is so often the case with startups, the timetable was delayed. At EICMA 2021, the Italians are now presenting the series version of the Lacama. The first customer machines are to be delivered in the first quarter of 2022.

Another electric motorcycle from Milan is pushing its way onto the market under the brand name Italian Volt. The Italian Volt Lacama can be combined with different covers like a smartphone and thus optically adapted.  With the Lacama - the name is derived from a Chameleon - Italian Volt wants to offer an electric motorcycle that can be adapted to the wishes of its owner in a wide variety of ways. After numerous design studies, the Lacama entered the prototype stage in 2018. The Italians made their public appearance in Goodwood at the Festival of Speed. The Lacama has also been available for pre-order since 2018. The reservation fee was $ 250 and the purchase price was quoted at $ 38,000 at the time. The first models of a small series should roll out to customers in 2018. As is so often the case with startups, the timetable was delayed. At EICMA 2021, the Italians are now presenting the series version of the Lacama. The first customer machines are to be delivered in the first quarter of 2022.    200 kilometers range  The Italian Volt Lacama follows the usual electric motorcycle cut. An aluminum bridge frame made from wide profiles encompasses a powerful battery pack. Behind it sits the electric motor, which drives the rear wheel via a toothed belt. The Lacama has a total length of 2.10 meters, the wheelbase is 1,482 millimeters and the seat height is specified as 83 centimeters.  The 11.5 kg liquid-cooled electric motor has an output of 110 kW and provides a maximum torque of 280 Nm. The energy is supplied by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 15 kWh. The charging time for an 80% filling is given as 40 minutes, the full charge should take around 3 hours. When it comes to range, Italian Volt mentions up to 200 kilometers when driving in eco mode. Whoever turns on the electric gas should be able to accelerate the 250 kilogram Lacama to 100 km / h in under four seconds. The top speed is limited to 200 km / h. The Lacama also has a maneuvering aid with which the e-bike can be moved forwards and backwards at walking pace.    Many variants can be represented  The spring elements are of a conventional nature. At the front there is an Öhlins upside-down fork in the triple clamps. At the rear, an Öhlins mono spring strut supports the swing arm on the frame. The wheels measure 3.5 x 17 inches at the front and 5.5 x 17 inches at the rear, as is customary in this class. Brembo contributes the radially screwed brake calipers on the double disc brake system at the front.  The cockpit is built on a large TFT screen that can of course be networked extensively via iOS and Android and shows all on-board functions.    Italian volt  The Lacama is changeable, it can be extensively individualized.  The only thing that is fixed on the Lacama is the basic structure of the chassis and drive. In addition, the Italians want to offer numerous customization options. The Lacama can be designed as a one or two-seater. With the right add-on parts, it can be turned into a scrambler or a disguised sports motorcycle. Or would you prefer a naked bike? No problem either. A Cafe Racer, a Flattracker, wire-spoke wheels instead of cast rims, steering stubs instead of superbike handlebars, and, and and .... The individual fairing parts are made using 3D printing.    CONCLUSION  With the Lacama, Italian Volt brings an electric motorcycle that can be customized with a wide variety of attachments. The motorcycle is expected to arrive in early 2022.

200 kilometers range

The Italian Volt Lacama follows the usual electric motorcycle cut. An aluminum bridge frame made from wide profiles encompasses a powerful battery pack. Behind it sits the electric motor, which drives the rear wheel via a toothed belt. The Lacama has a total length of 2.10 meters, the wheelbase is 1,482 millimeters and the seat height is specified as 83 centimeters.

The 11.5 kg liquid-cooled electric motor has an output of 110 kW and provides a maximum torque of 280 Nm. The energy is supplied by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 15 kWh. The charging time for an 80% filling is given as 40 minutes, the full charge should take around 3 hours. When it comes to range, Italian Volt mentions up to 200 kilometers when driving in eco mode. Whoever turns on the electric gas should be able to accelerate the 250 kilogram Lacama to 100 km / h in under four seconds. The top speed is limited to 200 km / h. The Lacama also has a maneuvering aid with which the e-bike can be moved forwards and backwards at walking pace.

Another electric motorcycle from Milan is pushing its way onto the market under the brand name Italian Volt. The Italian Volt Lacama can be combined with different covers like a smartphone and thus optically adapted.  With the Lacama - the name is derived from a Chameleon - Italian Volt wants to offer an electric motorcycle that can be adapted to the wishes of its owner in a wide variety of ways. After numerous design studies, the Lacama entered the prototype stage in 2018. The Italians made their public appearance in Goodwood at the Festival of Speed. The Lacama has also been available for pre-order since 2018. The reservation fee was $ 250 and the purchase price was quoted at $ 38,000 at the time. The first models of a small series should roll out to customers in 2018. As is so often the case with startups, the timetable was delayed. At EICMA 2021, the Italians are now presenting the series version of the Lacama. The first customer machines are to be delivered in the first quarter of 2022.    200 kilometers range  The Italian Volt Lacama follows the usual electric motorcycle cut. An aluminum bridge frame made from wide profiles encompasses a powerful battery pack. Behind it sits the electric motor, which drives the rear wheel via a toothed belt. The Lacama has a total length of 2.10 meters, the wheelbase is 1,482 millimeters and the seat height is specified as 83 centimeters.  The 11.5 kg liquid-cooled electric motor has an output of 110 kW and provides a maximum torque of 280 Nm. The energy is supplied by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 15 kWh. The charging time for an 80% filling is given as 40 minutes, the full charge should take around 3 hours. When it comes to range, Italian Volt mentions up to 200 kilometers when driving in eco mode. Whoever turns on the electric gas should be able to accelerate the 250 kilogram Lacama to 100 km / h in under four seconds. The top speed is limited to 200 km / h. The Lacama also has a maneuvering aid with which the e-bike can be moved forwards and backwards at walking pace.    Many variants can be represented  The spring elements are of a conventional nature. At the front there is an Öhlins upside-down fork in the triple clamps. At the rear, an Öhlins mono spring strut supports the swing arm on the frame. The wheels measure 3.5 x 17 inches at the front and 5.5 x 17 inches at the rear, as is customary in this class. Brembo contributes the radially screwed brake calipers on the double disc brake system at the front.  The cockpit is built on a large TFT screen that can of course be networked extensively via iOS and Android and shows all on-board functions.    Italian volt  The Lacama is changeable, it can be extensively individualized.  The only thing that is fixed on the Lacama is the basic structure of the chassis and drive. In addition, the Italians want to offer numerous customization options. The Lacama can be designed as a one or two-seater. With the right add-on parts, it can be turned into a scrambler or a disguised sports motorcycle. Or would you prefer a naked bike? No problem either. A Cafe Racer, a Flattracker, wire-spoke wheels instead of cast rims, steering stubs instead of superbike handlebars, and, and and .... The individual fairing parts are made using 3D printing.    CONCLUSION  With the Lacama, Italian Volt brings an electric motorcycle that can be customized with a wide variety of attachments. The motorcycle is expected to arrive in early 2022.

Many variants can be represented

The spring elements are of a conventional nature. At the front there is an Öhlins upside-down fork in the triple clamps. At the rear, an Öhlins mono spring strut supports the swing arm on the frame. The wheels measure 3.5 x 17 inches at the front and 5.5 x 17 inches at the rear, as is customary in this class. Brembo contributes the radially screwed brake calipers on the double disc brake system at the front.

The cockpit is built on a large TFT screen that can of course be networked extensively via iOS and Android and shows all on-board functions.

Another electric motorcycle from Milan is pushing its way onto the market under the brand name Italian Volt. The Italian Volt Lacama can be combined with different covers like a smartphone and thus optically adapted.  With the Lacama - the name is derived from a Chameleon - Italian Volt wants to offer an electric motorcycle that can be adapted to the wishes of its owner in a wide variety of ways. After numerous design studies, the Lacama entered the prototype stage in 2018. The Italians made their public appearance in Goodwood at the Festival of Speed. The Lacama has also been available for pre-order since 2018. The reservation fee was $ 250 and the purchase price was quoted at $ 38,000 at the time. The first models of a small series should roll out to customers in 2018. As is so often the case with startups, the timetable was delayed. At EICMA 2021, the Italians are now presenting the series version of the Lacama. The first customer machines are to be delivered in the first quarter of 2022.    200 kilometers range  The Italian Volt Lacama follows the usual electric motorcycle cut. An aluminum bridge frame made from wide profiles encompasses a powerful battery pack. Behind it sits the electric motor, which drives the rear wheel via a toothed belt. The Lacama has a total length of 2.10 meters, the wheelbase is 1,482 millimeters and the seat height is specified as 83 centimeters.  The 11.5 kg liquid-cooled electric motor has an output of 110 kW and provides a maximum torque of 280 Nm. The energy is supplied by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 15 kWh. The charging time for an 80% filling is given as 40 minutes, the full charge should take around 3 hours. When it comes to range, Italian Volt mentions up to 200 kilometers when driving in eco mode. Whoever turns on the electric gas should be able to accelerate the 250 kilogram Lacama to 100 km / h in under four seconds. The top speed is limited to 200 km / h. The Lacama also has a maneuvering aid with which the e-bike can be moved forwards and backwards at walking pace.    Many variants can be represented  The spring elements are of a conventional nature. At the front there is an Öhlins upside-down fork in the triple clamps. At the rear, an Öhlins mono spring strut supports the swing arm on the frame. The wheels measure 3.5 x 17 inches at the front and 5.5 x 17 inches at the rear, as is customary in this class. Brembo contributes the radially screwed brake calipers on the double disc brake system at the front.  The cockpit is built on a large TFT screen that can of course be networked extensively via iOS and Android and shows all on-board functions.    Italian volt  The Lacama is changeable, it can be extensively individualized.  The only thing that is fixed on the Lacama is the basic structure of the chassis and drive. In addition, the Italians want to offer numerous customization options. The Lacama can be designed as a one or two-seater. With the right add-on parts, it can be turned into a scrambler or a disguised sports motorcycle. Or would you prefer a naked bike? No problem either. A Cafe Racer, a Flattracker, wire-spoke wheels instead of cast rims, steering stubs instead of superbike handlebars, and, and and .... The individual fairing parts are made using 3D printing.    CONCLUSION  With the Lacama, Italian Volt brings an electric motorcycle that can be customized with a wide variety of attachments. The motorcycle is expected to arrive in early 2022.

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The Lacama is changeable, it can be extensively individualized.

The only thing that is fixed on the Lacama is the basic structure of the chassis and drive. In addition, the Italians want to offer numerous customization options. The Lacama can be designed as a one or two-seater. With the right add-on parts, it can be turned into a scrambler or a disguised sports motorcycle. Or would you prefer a naked bike? No problem either. A Cafe Racer, a Flattracker, wire-spoke wheels instead of cast rims, steering stubs instead of superbike handlebars, and, and and .... The individual fairing parts are made using 3D printing.

Another electric motorcycle from Milan is pushing its way onto the market under the brand name Italian Volt. The Italian Volt Lacama can be combined with different covers like a smartphone and thus optically adapted.  With the Lacama - the name is derived from a Chameleon - Italian Volt wants to offer an electric motorcycle that can be adapted to the wishes of its owner in a wide variety of ways. After numerous design studies, the Lacama entered the prototype stage in 2018. The Italians made their public appearance in Goodwood at the Festival of Speed. The Lacama has also been available for pre-order since 2018. The reservation fee was $ 250 and the purchase price was quoted at $ 38,000 at the time. The first models of a small series should roll out to customers in 2018. As is so often the case with startups, the timetable was delayed. At EICMA 2021, the Italians are now presenting the series version of the Lacama. The first customer machines are to be delivered in the first quarter of 2022.    200 kilometers range  The Italian Volt Lacama follows the usual electric motorcycle cut. An aluminum bridge frame made from wide profiles encompasses a powerful battery pack. Behind it sits the electric motor, which drives the rear wheel via a toothed belt. The Lacama has a total length of 2.10 meters, the wheelbase is 1,482 millimeters and the seat height is specified as 83 centimeters.  The 11.5 kg liquid-cooled electric motor has an output of 110 kW and provides a maximum torque of 280 Nm. The energy is supplied by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 15 kWh. The charging time for an 80% filling is given as 40 minutes, the full charge should take around 3 hours. When it comes to range, Italian Volt mentions up to 200 kilometers when driving in eco mode. Whoever turns on the electric gas should be able to accelerate the 250 kilogram Lacama to 100 km / h in under four seconds. The top speed is limited to 200 km / h. The Lacama also has a maneuvering aid with which the e-bike can be moved forwards and backwards at walking pace.    Many variants can be represented  The spring elements are of a conventional nature. At the front there is an Öhlins upside-down fork in the triple clamps. At the rear, an Öhlins mono spring strut supports the swing arm on the frame. The wheels measure 3.5 x 17 inches at the front and 5.5 x 17 inches at the rear, as is customary in this class. Brembo contributes the radially screwed brake calipers on the double disc brake system at the front.  The cockpit is built on a large TFT screen that can of course be networked extensively via iOS and Android and shows all on-board functions.    Italian volt  The Lacama is changeable, it can be extensively individualized.  The only thing that is fixed on the Lacama is the basic structure of the chassis and drive. In addition, the Italians want to offer numerous customization options. The Lacama can be designed as a one or two-seater. With the right add-on parts, it can be turned into a scrambler or a disguised sports motorcycle. Or would you prefer a naked bike? No problem either. A Cafe Racer, a Flattracker, wire-spoke wheels instead of cast rims, steering stubs instead of superbike handlebars, and, and and .... The individual fairing parts are made using 3D printing.    CONCLUSION  With the Lacama, Italian Volt brings an electric motorcycle that can be customized with a wide variety of attachments. The motorcycle is expected to arrive in early 2022.

CONCLUSION

With the Lacama, Italian Volt brings an electric motorcycle that can be customized with a wide variety of attachments. The motorcycle is expected to arrive in early 2022.

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