Stark Future is an electric vehicle startup founded by Anton Wass. The company has Swedish roots, was founded in 2019 and is located outside Barcelona.
Stark Future has just introduced its newest and most radical product, Varg—which translates to Strong Wolf in Swedish.
The interesting thing about Strak Varg is that it has a sophisticated electronics system which offers customizable power modes that can deliver similar performance to a 125cc two-stroke, all the way to a 650cc four-stroke machine. Users have the ability to fine-tune their desired engine settings such as power curve, engine braking, traction control and even virtual flywheel weight to fine-tune throttle response.
The interesting thing is of course the chassis used. The chassis used is a combination of carbon-fiber, magnesium, and aerospace grade aluminum. Machines that weigh 32 kilograms are placed in this sturdy chassis. The Stark Varg has a total weight of just 110 kilograms, thanks to this revolutionary setup.
Stark claims the battery used by the Varg (6 kWh lithium-ion unit) is capable of providing a driving range equivalent to a 450cc motocrosser. That equates to six hours of trail rides on a fully charged battery. Meanwhile the claimed recharging time is one to two hours. Stark stated that it will soon sell the Varg in Europe and Australia. The price is expected to be pegged at 11,900 Euros, which translates to $13,447 USD—the actual price is quite expensive, but still very interesting to try.