“This aluminum exoskeleton, which contains [its] battery, is the motorcycle's signature. You can tell from this design that it is an electric machine," saidd Sacha Lakik, the designer of the Wattman.
Voxan was founded in 1995 and acquired by Gildo Pallanca Pastor, the chief of electric car manufacturer Venturi Automobiles, in 2010. Mr. Pastor introduced the Wattman to revive the Voxan brand name. The high-voltage motorcycle will not be mass-produced, as it is being targeted to upscale clientele that are looking for an innovative, experiential luxury motorcycle that they can call their own. Each Wattman will be individually hand-built to order from the firm’s factory in France.