On September 22nd, at the Monaco Yacht Show, electric vehicle collectors got their wish: The Concept-E is now a reality.
First unveiled in July 2021 as an “experimental” electric motorcycle concept, the one-off DAB Motors’ prototype is powered by a 9 kW motor connected to a 51.8V lithium-ion battery. The electric setup offers a range of 68 miles on a full charge while the engine also has the gumption to get up to a top speed of 65 mph. The name comes from the term “Road Series,” and indeed, the Concept-E RS produced for consumers will be street legal for driving on public roads.
DAB Motors engineers have worked to conform the experimental concept motorcycle to the street legal safety standards, which includes electromagnetic compatibility (EM), approved lighting systems, braking tests. New components such as a digital dashboard, DRL system, turn signals, license plate holder, mirrors and reflectors were also introduced.
The exclusive Concept-E RS news arrives less than one year after DAB’s major rebranding and future growth predictions. The manufacturer has now confirmed its plan to develop and produce a unique electric motorcycle portfolio inspired by the Concept-E design codes.