Arc Vehicle looking to new models with innovative dual motor system

The idea behind Arc Vehicles’ dual motor system is to combine the inverter within the motor, helping to save weight and space. In this way, Arc can utilise two base motors across a range of bikes and possibly four-wheelers like ATVs.

The potential line up of products from Arc Vehicle

The project, codenamed HiPERMOD is being funded by the UK Government through the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), via Innovate UK. The work will now begin on the system, with Arc and its technology partner, Talos Technology, planning to use the motor in new motorcycle projects to be released as soon as 2026.

The future usage of the motors is not confirmed, although the image, supplied by Arc Vehicle, that you can see on this page gives a hint of how things could go. Alongside the already-released Arc Vector on the right of the picture, we can see a new sports bike version of the electric motorcycle, which itself is flanked by an all-electric adventure machine. The picture also points to the Arc team looking to move into the four-wheel market, as the vehicle on the far left of the picture looks to be a side-by-side ATV. 

Speaking about the new, Mark Truman, founder and CEO of Arc Vehicle, said:

“The future of Arc is to develop the most cutting-edge performance motorcycles available anywhere in the world. Technology keeps pushing forward and Arc need to be at the forefront of these developments. This is an exciting collaboration with our partner Talos Technology that will change the dynamic in terms of performance and efficiency in electric motorcycles in the future. Arc are the leaders in terms of motorcycle innovation, and it is these kinds of step changes that help us ensure we stay there. Driving efficiency and reducing weight is Arc’s key focus so that our technologies help make EVs the most sustainable option for transportation in the future.”

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