Mission Motorcycles has opened sales of the world’s most innovative, technologically advanced, zero emissions electric superbike to the public. Mission Motorcycles is the result of a partnership between Mission Motors, developer of the record-setting prototype, and Mark Seeger, known for creating successful, innovation-focused businesses that match perfect products to insatiable demand.
The Mission RS is a premium-spec street-legal iteration of the Mission Motors prototype that won the Laguna Seca FIM/TTXGP. As Mission Motorcycle’s halo product, production is extremely limited to just 40 editions. The production RS is an enhanced, street-legal version equipped with Öhlins FGRT forks and BST carbon fiber wheels. Additional details on the component packages available to augment the Mission RS are available online. The Mission RS will be delivered with a 140-mile combined cycle range battery and retails for $56,499 after a $2,500 Federal tax credit.
The Mission R will be delivered with Öhlins RT suspension, Brembo monobloc calipers, and Marchesini forged aluminum wheels. Customers will be able to configure the Mission R with one of three battery packages: 12 kWh, 15 kWh, or 17 kWh with 105 mile, 120 mile, and 140 mile respective combined cycle ranges. Pricing for the Mission R starts at $29,999, including $2,500 Federal tax credit.
Both models are available immediately for customer reservation. With a proprietary chassis designed by James Parker and the custom Mission Motorcycles InfiniteDrive powertrain that provides over 160 hp -- both Mission superbikes are capable of sub 3-second 0-to-60 acceleration times and over 150 mph top speeds. The Mission RS and Mission R also feature the MissionOS, the world’s first internet-connected motorcycle information system, featuring turn-by-turn directions, track specific mode, integrated HD camera with telemetry overlay, wireless HUD integration, and more.