BRP’s Can-Am returns to the two-wheel sector with the announcement of the electric Pulse and Origin motorcycles.
Canadian outfit BRP released info regarding its plans to return to the motorcycle division with the Can-Am Pulse and Origin electric motorcycles.
At the global press announcement, the manufactuer distributed images of the two new electric vehicles revealing its take on the standard daily commuter, represented in the Pulse, and then it’s representative of the off-road or adventure riding sector, the Origin.
Other than the bikes utilizing Rotax E-Power technology, not much more data was given in regards to specs, dimensions, power, etc.
BRP will be providing details of the Pulse and Origin over the next year. Stay tuned.
3 thoughts on “Can-Am Pulse and Origin Electric Motorcycles”
A lot of the design is good, especially the non-fairing model, the clocks look a little over big and unrefined, as does the fairing. It is a shame both are and look the same bike with/without fairing in difference. I wish it success but feel the design is too much of an 80’s retro influence and could date quickly, especially if brought to Europe. Colour and line changes would help as next version update, especially that fairing and clocks.
Great notes. Thanks for commenting.