Hornet one-wheel superbike

The Hornet superbike by Liam Ferguson is unique in the sense that it comes with just a solitary wheel – yup, making it look as though it was taken off a page from a neo-future Japanese metropolis. To move you around in it, the Hornet sports dual 74 hp (55 kW) in-wheel hydrogen fuel-cell six-phase Neodymium-Iron (Nd-Fe) electric engines, capable of hitting a top speed of 235 km/h with the presence of two side-by-side small wheels to keep it balanced gyroscopically whenever it is parked. Would love to see the cockpit of this, and we wonder just how safe is it riding this at top speed?

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