I have placed an order for the following Yamaha future concept motorcycle.
Designed by Jake Loniak, a student from the Art Center Pasadena. The future concept motorcycle that incorporates technology seen used by a villain in Spiderman 3's movie and I believe that movie really inspired him to produce this monster known as Yamaha Deus Ex Machina.
Just look at those ultra-capacitors, doped nano-phoshpate batteries, pneumatic muscles, linear actuators, artificial vertebrae and the pneumatic helmet, whatever you call it.
Speed wise? Acceleration from 0 to 60m in a short 3 seconds. Even the Lamborghini or Ferrari loses out on this.
The designer believes that with this design and the technology involved, a top speed of 75 mph is achievable.
Only thing is that you have to recharge your battery after one hour of usage. Otherwise, I'll be roaming across the country. Although it will take only 15 minutes to recharge, I wonder what sort of recharging accessories are required. Can we recharge anywhere?
Yamaha Deus Ex Machina is just like a hybrid car, clean and it runs on electric. Sadly it's for one passenger.
One thing, it's easily stolen.
If you want more speed with better stability, just lower down your body a bit and feel its speed.
Tags: Yamaha, Yamaha Deus Ex Machina, Ultra-Capacitors, Nano-Phoshpate Batteries, Pneumatic Muscles, Linear Actuators, Artificial Vertebrae, Pneumatic Helmet, Art Center Pasadena, Wearable Motorcycle