The battery take 4.5 hours to fully charge, but a fast charger is being developed and is expected to be offered in 2021.
It has a steel-chassis, disc-brakes, LED lights and all cost€10,500 (about $A17,675) for the standard edition with a two-year warranty.
Deliveries start in July/August 2020 with free shipping to dealerships in European countries where they have dealers.
The fact that it is called No. 1 indicates there will be future models.
Qamcom spokesman Johannes Wiig says the RGNT No1. is “revolutionising the way we drive on two wheels by combining the vintage design look and feel with a high-performance electric driveline and user experience expected by our tech-savvy riders”.
Each RGNT No.1 motorcycle will have its own user profile which can be reached through the app or a computer.