Expemotion's E-Raw prototype has a graceful flow.

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The E-Raw's electric power train is, sadly, nonfunctional at the moment.

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Utilizing an Apple iPhone as the gauge cluster is pleasingly minimalistic and lightweight.

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The layered-wood saddle's design has built-in "give" for passive suspension.

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The E-Raw's power train is designed to feature belt drive.

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Despite being made of wood, the E-Raw's seat is likely more comfortable than it sounds.

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Over 80 thin sheets of wood were painstakingly layered to create the seat.

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The cross-section of the E-Raw is quite narrow because it doesn't have an engine sticking out on either side.

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The rear suspension features a single shock absorber.

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