Audi e-Bike Wörthersee

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Advances in technology have done wonders for the world of sustainable design, and it continues to do so as Audi introduces their e-bike Wörthersee.

Being introduced at the 2012 Wörthersee tour in Austria, this electric bike makes leaps and bounds when it comes to both technology and design innovation, truly changing the way consumers view your standard electric bicycle. Constructed from carbon fiber, the bike weighs only 46.30 pounds, and is packed with a 2.3kW electric motor powered by a lithium-ion battery that allows a 2.5 hour charge up time. Audi implemented their “ultra blade” design technology in the 26 wheels to optimize power transmission to the pedals. Audi didn’t forget the modern day conveniences either, with the ability to connect your smartphone to the bike to ensure you are always connected.

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