According to the concept, the BD999 has a classic 1980s motorcycle design with angular, muscular lines. The equipment on the car is not classic with upside-down shock absorbers, full-LED lights, anti-slip clutch, cruise control.
The highlight of this eco-friendly motorcycle model is a 4-cylinder engine block, with a capacity of 1,000 cc, developed specifically and powered by water. This engine can electrolyze water into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas.
Both of these gases are flammable, maximum support for the combustion of the engine combustion chamber. According to Benda, this engine offers performance that is not too much inferior to gasoline-powered 1,000cc motorcycles.
According to the Newmedia, Benda is completing the final stage of development of the BD999 and will introduce this model as soon as this year. If released in the near future, Benda BD999 will be one of the pioneering models in this technology.