Outside of interior panels and things like shifter knobs and steering wheels, wood hasn't seen use as an exterior material in cars since the great wooden wagons of the '40s and '50s — and almost never on motorcycles, period. French electric motorcycle company Newron is changing that with the EV-1, taking full advantage of the unique packaging available with electric powertrains to give the bike sweeping bodywork hand-carved from your choice of the natural material. Sitting inside the body is the futuristic battery pack and motor, enclosed in a case that could double as the power generator in a far-future spaceship. But the EV-1 isn't just good looks — there's up to 186 miles of range, 0-60 in three seconds, and a top speed of 136 MPH. The tech available matches the design, with a companion app and charge time of just 40 minutes. Newron offers a range of finishes, and a $2,250 deposit reserves yours when they start production in 2021, although only 12 will be made.