French motorcycle maker Voxan, owned by Venturi launched two electric super bikes – the on-road Wattman, and the high-performance Wattman specially created to set new world speed records. Both machines were designed by Venturi’s long-serving lead designer, Sacha Lakic.
Voxan Wattman delivers a phenomenal 150 kW (203 HP) of power at up to 10,500 rpm, generating instant torque of 200 Nm capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds.
It’s built around an engine-battery pack carrier set. Instead of a frame, it has an ultra-rigid aluminium exoskeleton that integrates all of the powertrain components.
A high-performance version of the Wattman has now been created. Also designed at the Venturi and Voxan facilities in Monaco, it will attempt to set a new world speed record this month.
The Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, the world’s largest salt flats, will provide the stage for the 270 kW (367 HP) Wattman