Looking much more like a traditional motorcycle than many all-electric options, the Aero E-Racer Motorcycle is a sleek compromise between a gas-powered street racer and a commuter-centric electric bike. It's powered by an electric motor from Tacita, maker of the T-Race electric rally bike, producing around 75hp, with a range of 40 miles. It sits on a tubular chrome moly steel frame, has a front-mounted GoPro for capturing your rides, and is finished with carbon/kevlar body work, an iPhone-based dashboard, and a roomy fine leather seat.
Sometimes companies drop concept vehicles with tons of details and no hope of ever getting made. Sometimes, you get virtually no details but assurances a real-world version is coming. The BMW HP4 Race Motorcycle is among the latter. BMW Motorrad's president has promised that the production model will have the same full carbon fiber main frame and carbon fiber rims shown in the preview, but that's about it. Otherwise, you'll have to wait until next spring for more information, like when you can place your order for a highly-limited, hand-manufactured example of your own.