British company White Motorcycle Concepts is turning motorcycle design on its head with the WMC 250EV, built to set landspeed world records. Over 25 years, founder Rob White has cut his teeth working on cars for Formula One, Le Mans, and World Endurance Championship, and that experience shows in the 250EV's design. The 250EV uses an unusual two-wheel-drive drivetrain and hydraulic hub steering. Most striking though is the aerodynamic bodywork, centered around a tunnel that runs the length of the bike. This gives the 250EV an astoundingly low coefficient of drag — only 0.118. White will ride his creation himself, with the entire bike being designed around his laser-scanned frame. White wil try to break the British record later in 2021, with a world record attempt at the Bonneville Salt flats coming in 2022.