Based in Brooklyn, Tarform has released the production version of its retro-themed electric cafe racer, the Luna. The Luna packs a 55 horsepower motor and 10kWh battery pack, good for up to 120 miles of range, a 3.8-second 0-60 time, and a top speed of 95 MPH. Tarform focused on sustainability in both the powertrain and construction materials, with a vegan leather seat, recycled aluminum, and a flax weave that reinforces the composite body panels. The frame is TIG-welded aluminum, and the Founder’s Edition features Ohlins suspension and ISR brakes. A 3.4-inch HD display has wifi and Bluetooth connectivity, with haptic blindspot detection and keyless proximity starting. Tarform is taking preorders for $500, with deliveries on track for delivery in 2021.