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Monday, July 6, 2020

The New Voxan's Wattman attempt to a new world speed record

The Wattman is the first high-performance electric motorcycle made by Voxan, specially designed for our latest world speed record project. In July 2021, the Voxan Wattman will attempt to set a new world speed record on the Salar de Uyuni salt flat in Bolivia. Riding this exceptional machine will be six-time motorcycle racing world champion Max Biaggi.  

Voxan Motors, part of the Venturi Group will be partner of global telecommunications innovators ROKiT Groupalso title partners of Venturi’s Formula E Team, ROKiT Venturi Racing.
 
Commenting on the partnership, ROKiT Group Founder, Jonathan Kendrick, said: “When Venturi President Gildo Pastor showed us the Voxan Wattman and talked me through the world speed record attempt we were very impressed by his vision, ambition and the commitment of his team in creating the technology involved. To have our ROKiT red livery on such a unique piece of electric engineering reflects our ethos as a group of companies and is a real honour. Gildo is a true pioneer and we are delighted to partner with him and Voxan Motors on what we hope will be a highly successful and ground-breaking record attempt.

This new token challenge by Voxan Motors would not be possible if it weren't for Louise Marie Blondel - Head of Development and Franck Baldet - Technical Director of Voxan Motors, and their team's, who verified various previous tests about this Voxan's classic motor cycle model, renewed in order to set up the new record for 2021 July. 

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