This is not the first time that BMW has tried its hand at creating an electric motorcycle, and just like its previous attempts, its most recent one was very successful. The eRR electric motorcycle by BMW Motorrad was created in collaboration with the Technical University of Munich, and it basically represents a modified version of the S 1000 RR model.
The most obvious difference is that the eRR boasts an electric powertrain instead of a 1.0-liter four-cylinder engine. Even though there’s no word on the exact specifications of this motor, it’s quite clear that it provides better acceleration times while producing no emissions whatsoever. As far as looks are concerned, the bike flaunts a black and white exterior complemented by green touches and carbon fiber elements. Even though it looks great and probably performs admirably, BMW has expressed no desire to bring the eRR into production. We can still hope, though, right?