EXPERIMENTING

AT 14,000 FEET

photo : Arash Moallemi

Electric vehicles have one major weakness: the batteries.  Even with the amazing pace of innovation in lithium and other advanced energy storage technologies, the batteries remain the largest, heaviest and most physically limiting factors in electric motorcycle design.


Using an aerospace approach that integrates the batteries into a complete motorcycle vehicle system Amarok can to take advantage of, rather than be limited by, the size and weight of battery technology. 


The result is an extremely balanced, lightweight but very strong motorcycle that does not use any expensive or exotic materials or processes.  Clever use of common grade steel and aluminum combine with rethought layout for a dramatic reduction in mass, while increasing rigidity and controlling costs.



Reduced tooling and cost.

Reduced weight. 

Greater Platform Flexibility. 

That’s the Amarok philosophy.

OPTIMIZED LAYOUT

SUPPORTING

PARTNERS

OFFICIAL

PARTNERS

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LESS IS MORE


PIKES PEAK 2013

THE RACE TO THE

CLOUDS

SAF Structural Aluminum Fuselage

does the work of three component

systems reducing weight and cost

Modular fuselage sections means a wide variety

of size, shape and strength options are possible with the same simple jigs and tooling.

photo : Jenn Harrie
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