Powered by a BMW engine, the Peraves MonoTracer is a two seat, fully enclosed motorcycle â€“ with training wheels. The Peraves is designed to retract the trainers when moving and balanced. Once going it can lean up to 52 degrees in a turn. (Iâ€™m not sure if that would feel cool or strike panic)
Specs for this production model are 57 miles per gallon at 55 miles per hour and 47 miles per gallon at 75 miles per hour. The MonoTracer is based on a self-supporting composite-monocoque fuselage made from glass, kevlar and carbon fiber reinforced with high strength aluminum crash and roll bars. Engine frame, steering assembly and stabilizer axles made from aircraft grade alloy steel.
Other interesting features are:
3-point automatic seat belts.
A heating + ventilation system.
GPS and radio
It looks to me like Peraves opted for more luxury and speed and a bit less on the Eco Friendly end of the spectrum, however compared with most cars this vehicle is much more fuel efficient. I could see using this as an around town car that is easy to park.
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