J1.200 electro motorcycle: Top photos

Fri Apr 25 2014, 19:24 hrs
A J1.200 electro motorcycle is parked at at the Johammer e-mobility headquarters in Bad Leonfelden April 23, 2014. The Johammer J1.200 is the first electro motorbike in the world offering a 200 km (124 miles) driving range, in combined motorway and city driving, on one full charge, according to the company. (Reuters)
A J1.200 electro motorcycle is parked at at the Johammer e-mobility headquarters in Bad Leonfelden April 23, 2014. The Johammer J1.200 is the first electro motorbike in the world offering a 200 km (124 miles) driving range, in combined motorway and city driving, on one full charge, according to the company. (Reuters)
An employee of Johammer e-mobility company rides a J1.200 electro motorcycle near to the headquarters in Bad Leonfelden. The J1.200 weighs 178kg, including a 12.7 kWh battery pack and has an 11 kilowatt hub-mounted motor which translates to 14 horsepower with a top speed of 130 kph (80mph). (Reuters)
An employee of Johammer e-mobility company rides a J1.200 electro motorcycle near to the headquarters in Bad Leonfelden. The J1.200 weighs 178kg, including a 12.7 kWh battery pack and has an 11 kilowatt hub-mounted motor which translates to 14 horsepower with a top speed of 130 kph (80mph). (Reuters)
Employees of the Johammer e-mobility company work on a J1.200 electro motorcycle at their headquarters in Bad Leonfelden. Developed, designed and produced in Austria, the J1.200 costs 25,000 Euros (34,000 USD). (Reuters)
Employees of the Johammer e-mobility company work on a J1.200 electro motorcycle at their headquarters in Bad Leonfelden. Developed, designed and produced in Austria, the J1.200 costs 25,000 Euros (34,000 USD). (Reuters)
J1.200 electro motorcycles stand at the Johammer e-mobility company headquarters in Bad Leonfelden. (Reuters)
J1.200 electro motorcycles stand at the Johammer e-mobility company headquarters in Bad Leonfelden. (Reuters)
Employees of the Johammer e-mobility company work on a J1.200 electro motorcycle at their headquarters in Bad Leonfelden. (Reuters)
Employees of the Johammer e-mobility company work on a J1.200 electro motorcycle at their headquarters in Bad Leonfelden. (Reuters)
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