ROS.M ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE CONCEPT | 140 km / h top speed and 150 km range

 With the Ros.M, designer Rostyslav Matiukhin presents his interpretation of an electric motorcycle for city traffic.

"Jeez, what happened to the headlight? Where did it slip to?" It may be that those were also your first thoughts when looking at the Ros.M. But the designer thought something: by positioning it on the front fender, the light should shine better into the curve. We don't know if Rostyslav Matiukhin rides a motorcycle himself. If so, he may not have noticed that cornering is initiated by a steering impulse and that the handlebars are only turned minimally when cornering.  Unusually deep headlights Admittedly, it looks different when turning and turning, as it is actually often driven with the handlebars turned. And maybe the ulterior motive was that motorcyclists in city traffic more often turn than drive through bends in an inclined position. And the light cone should actually provide very good close-up illumination of the road due to its low placement and the associated flat angle. In any case, it increases the unsprung masses.  One component that also immediately catches the eye is the windshield placed far in front. What looks like a selfie stick is a swivel arm for the sign, which can be brought into a wide variety of positions. The display is also attached to it, directly behind the windshield. So it is optimally protected from dirt and water, but depending on the set position it may not always be optimally legible.  140 km / h top, 150 km range Regarding the performance and dimensions: The Ros.M should be able to drive up to 140 km / h and provide a range of a maximum of 150 kilometers. According to the designer, it could weigh 175 kilograms. The battery is charged via the interface that is located where most conventional motorcycles have their tank opening.  Unusual: the concept relies on a wheel hub motor in the rear wheel instead of a central motor. The electric motorcycle should offer around 15 liters of storage space under the seat - enough space for a little luggage or a spare battery.  CONCLUSION The Ros.M is a study and the images are computer renderings - so we're talking about a pure draft. However, it is so thoroughly thought out that the designer can already estimate where the price of the e-motorcycle could be if it went into production: it could be 11,000 US dollars.

"Jeez, what happened to the headlight? Where did it slip to?" It may be that those were also your first thoughts when looking at the Ros.M. But the designer thought something: by positioning it on the front fender, the light should shine better into the curve. We don't know if Rostyslav Matiukhin rides a motorcycle himself. If so, he may not have noticed that cornering is initiated by a steering impulse and that the handlebars are only turned minimally when cornering.

Unusually deep headlights

Admittedly, it looks different when turning and turning, as it is actually often driven with the handlebars turned. And maybe the ulterior motive was that motorcyclists in city traffic more often turn than drive through bends in an inclined position. And the light cone should actually provide very good close-up illumination of the road due to its low placement and the associated flat angle. In any case, it increases the unsprung masses.

"Jeez, what happened to the headlight? Where did it slip to?" It may be that those were also your first thoughts when looking at the Ros.M. But the designer thought something: by positioning it on the front fender, the light should shine better into the curve. We don't know if Rostyslav Matiukhin rides a motorcycle himself. If so, he may not have noticed that cornering is initiated by a steering impulse and that the handlebars are only turned minimally when cornering.  Unusually deep headlights Admittedly, it looks different when turning and turning, as it is actually often driven with the handlebars turned. And maybe the ulterior motive was that motorcyclists in city traffic more often turn than drive through bends in an inclined position. And the light cone should actually provide very good close-up illumination of the road due to its low placement and the associated flat angle. In any case, it increases the unsprung masses.  One component that also immediately catches the eye is the windshield placed far in front. What looks like a selfie stick is a swivel arm for the sign, which can be brought into a wide variety of positions. The display is also attached to it, directly behind the windshield. So it is optimally protected from dirt and water, but depending on the set position it may not always be optimally legible.  140 km / h top, 150 km range Regarding the performance and dimensions: The Ros.M should be able to drive up to 140 km / h and provide a range of a maximum of 150 kilometers. According to the designer, it could weigh 175 kilograms. The battery is charged via the interface that is located where most conventional motorcycles have their tank opening.  Unusual: the concept relies on a wheel hub motor in the rear wheel instead of a central motor. The electric motorcycle should offer around 15 liters of storage space under the seat - enough space for a little luggage or a spare battery.  CONCLUSION The Ros.M is a study and the images are computer renderings - so we're talking about a pure draft. However, it is so thoroughly thought out that the designer can already estimate where the price of the e-motorcycle could be if it went into production: it could be 11,000 US dollars.

One component that also immediately catches the eye is the windshield placed far in front. What looks like a selfie stick is a swivel arm for the sign, which can be brought into a wide variety of positions. The display is also attached to it, directly behind the windshield. So it is optimally protected from dirt and water, but depending on the set position it may not always be optimally legible.

140 km / h top, 150 km range

Regarding the performance and dimensions: The Ros.M should be able to drive up to 140 km / h and provide a range of a maximum of 150 kilometers. According to the designer, it could weigh 175 kilograms. The battery is charged via the interface that is located where most conventional motorcycles have their tank opening.

"Jeez, what happened to the headlight? Where did it slip to?" It may be that those were also your first thoughts when looking at the Ros.M. But the designer thought something: by positioning it on the front fender, the light should shine better into the curve. We don't know if Rostyslav Matiukhin rides a motorcycle himself. If so, he may not have noticed that cornering is initiated by a steering impulse and that the handlebars are only turned minimally when cornering.  Unusually deep headlights Admittedly, it looks different when turning and turning, as it is actually often driven with the handlebars turned. And maybe the ulterior motive was that motorcyclists in city traffic more often turn than drive through bends in an inclined position. And the light cone should actually provide very good close-up illumination of the road due to its low placement and the associated flat angle. In any case, it increases the unsprung masses.  One component that also immediately catches the eye is the windshield placed far in front. What looks like a selfie stick is a swivel arm for the sign, which can be brought into a wide variety of positions. The display is also attached to it, directly behind the windshield. So it is optimally protected from dirt and water, but depending on the set position it may not always be optimally legible.  140 km / h top, 150 km range Regarding the performance and dimensions: The Ros.M should be able to drive up to 140 km / h and provide a range of a maximum of 150 kilometers. According to the designer, it could weigh 175 kilograms. The battery is charged via the interface that is located where most conventional motorcycles have their tank opening.  Unusual: the concept relies on a wheel hub motor in the rear wheel instead of a central motor. The electric motorcycle should offer around 15 liters of storage space under the seat - enough space for a little luggage or a spare battery.  CONCLUSION The Ros.M is a study and the images are computer renderings - so we're talking about a pure draft. However, it is so thoroughly thought out that the designer can already estimate where the price of the e-motorcycle could be if it went into production: it could be 11,000 US dollars.

Unusual: the concept relies on a wheel hub motor in the rear wheel instead of a central motor. The electric motorcycle should offer around 15 liters of storage space under the seat - enough space for a little luggage or a spare battery.

CONCLUSION

The Ros.M is a study and the images are computer renderings - so we're talking about a pure draft. However, it is so thoroughly thought out that the designer can already estimate where the price of the e-motorcycle could be if it went into production: it could be 11,000 US dollars.

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