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NASA-inspired futuristic bike with bullet-shaped unibody launched in Ho Chi Minh City

NASA-inspired futuristic bike with bullet-shaped unibody launched in Ho Chi Minh City

Wednesday, March 22, 2023, 11:39 GMT+7
NASA-inspired futuristic bike with bullet-shaped unibody launched in Ho Chi Minh City
Bandit9 Motors did not reveal how many EVE Odyssey units were made, but the number is expected to be relatively modest. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

Bandit9 Motors, a manufacturer of futuristic vehicles in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, has launched its EVE Odyssey, a motorbike whose unibody looks like a speeding bullet.

Science fiction was said to be a great source of inspiration for Bandit9 Motors to develop its EVE Odyssey, which was made of space-grade aluminum used by NASA spacecraft.

Therefore, this is a very rare motorbike model, which is expected to be a limited version for bike connoisseurs who are looking for special customized vehicles made from extremely rare materials.

Bandit9 described its newly-launched EVE Odyssey as a bike that 'brings order to complexity' by enclosing its entire lighting system, steering, gas tank and seat into a sophisticated unibody.' Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

Bandit9 described its newly-launched EVE Odyssey as a bike that 'brings order to complexity' by enclosing its entire lighting system, steering, gas tank, and seat into a sophisticated unibody.' Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

The rear of the bike is pointed, making EVE Odyssey look like a silver bullet. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

The rear of the bike is pointed, making EVE Odyssey look like a silver bullet. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

Part of the alluminum alloy body is hollowed to create a saddle. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

Part of the alluminum alloy body is hollowed to create a saddle. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

Every single part of the EVE Odyssey, such as its grips and levers, rims, handlebar is custom made and well matched with the body to form a unibody. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

Every single part of EVE Odyssey, such as its grips and levers, rims, and handlebars, is custom-made and well matched with the body to form a unibody. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

The EVE Odyssey is equipped with a custom digital LED display on the speedometer and a LED lighting system. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

EVE Odyssey is equipped with a custom digital LED display on the speedometer and a LED lighting system. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

EVE Odyssey is also equipped with a Honda 125cc air-cooled engine, allowing the bike to reach speeds of up to 105km per hour. Moreover, it can travel an astounding 156 miles (250km) per gallon. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

EVE Odyssey is also equipped with a Honda 125cc air-cooled engine, allowing the bike to reach speeds of up to 105km per hour. Moreover, it can travel an astounding 156 miles (250km) per gallon. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

EVE Odyssey will have an electric version soon, but Bandit9 Motors did not disclose when it will be launched. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

EVE Odyssey will have an electric version soon, but Bandit9 Motors did not disclose when it would be launched. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

The gasoline-powered version of the EVE Odyssey is on sale for US$19,500 (excluding shipping fees). Buyers can opt for a leather or neoprene saddle. Delivery of the bike will begin from the third quarter of 2023. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

The gasoline-powered version of EVE Odyssey is on sale for US$19,500, excluding shipping fees. Buyers can opt for a leather or neoprene saddle. Delivery of the bike will begin from the third quarter of 2023. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

If NASA needs a motorbike to ride in the space, it could look like an EVE Odyssey. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

If NASA needs a motorbike to ride in space, it could look like an EVE Odyssey. Photo: Courtesy of Bandit9 Motors

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