UK-based Arc released their first production motorcycle to the public at the EICMA Motorcycle Show in Milan, Italy, and brought game-changing technology to the world of two wheels. Billed as a "neo-cafe racer", Arc's Vector is a fully-electric motorcycle with very impressive specs. The carbon fiber flyer boasts 120 miles of range, a 0-60 time of 2.9 seconds, and a top speed of 125 MPH, so it has the performance numbers, but it's Arc's Human Machine Interface that looks to the future of riding. The Vector has no screens or gauges. The proprietary Zenith helmet contains a fighter jet-inspired HUD, giving a readout of everything from telemetry readings like speed and range to navigation. Couple that with the Origin armored gear with haptic feedback and the Vector melds man and machine together in one complete package.