What 380 km / h looks like from the cockpit of the world's fastest electric bike

To get her dose of high-speed adrenaline, motorcycle racer Eva Hakansson had to drive the KillaJoule electric motorcycle to the Geirdner salt flats in Australia. The expectations were justified - the electric bike accelerated to a record 380 km / h, and the whole process was filmed.

Eva built her car herself, using a one-wheeled outrigger to give it the stability of a four-wheeled vehicle with a nose area that matches a motorcycle. EVO Electric AFM-240 500 hp engine from. is powered by A123 Systems 400V 10kWh lithium nanophosphate batteries. The unit uses two Rinehart Motion Systems PM100 controllers, each rated at 400 horsepower.

The dimensions of KillaJoule are 5.7 m in length, 96.5 cm in height, and weighs almost 700 kg. The maximum speed of the car that she managed to develop is 435 km / h, and this despite the fact that she still has not broken her own world record for a motorcycle with a sidecar - 400 km / h.