We have worked hard to create a motorcycle with very distinctive features, such as a clean main body, a shallow side profile, a bold posture, a unique air intake, logical line solutions, and fresh graphics.
Construction: 2 cylinders 4 75 ° V-style
Capacity: 1,195 cm³
Diameter: 105 mm
Stroke: 69 mm
Approximate power: 200 hp
Transmission: 6-speed jaw shift transmission
Lubrication: Dry-sump lubrication
Main shaft ratio: 40:76
Shaft ratio: 15:41
Clutch: Hydraulic clutch jump
Ignition: Complete electronic engine control with digital ignition adjustment
: Aero technology of steel /Titanium/carbon fiber frame
Fork: Upside down
Suspension Double suspension bracket
Front suspension bracket: 80 mm
Rear spring travel: 70 mm
Front brake system: Double brake disc, ø320mm, Four-piston calipers
Rear brake: A brake disc, ø220mm
Head tube angle: 59 °
Fork and: 54 °
Running height: 90 mm
Seat height: 710 mm
Fuel tank capacity: 10.5 l
Dry weight: 181 kg
Wheel front: 3.00 × 19; 120/70 ZR19
Rear-wheel: 6.00 × 17; 190/55 ZR17
2014 LOTUS C-01 MOTORCYCLE DESIGN. After two years of careful planning and intense development, Kodewa announced that the prototype of the world’s first motorcycle with the legendary Lotus brand is now registered and ready for action. Kodera has been granted a license to produce the bike by Group Lotus plc, the world-renowned sports car manufacturer and engineering consulting. The C-01 combines a broad power through a V-twin engine with a distinctive body designed by Daniel Simon integrating carbon fiber, titanium, and aerospace quality steel.
The C-01 motorcycle has not been designed, designed or produced by Group Lotus plc, but is the result of a collaboration between motor racing veterans under the leadership of Kodewa, led by Dr. Colin Kolles. The development of the C-01 was carried out with the support of Holzer Group (co-owners of Kalex) and the design guru Daniel Simon. The team of engineers has designed a high-performance superbike.
With an exclusive production of only 100 units, superbike collectors and Lotus brand fans will have to move quickly to secure one.
The combination of various efforts and specialists did this project a reality, a superbike that will hardly be forgotten one day.