Greyp G12 Electric Bicycle
The Rimac Concept One is one hell of a machine. Crowned the fastest electric vehicle in the world, it’s a car we’d all love to own. Unfortunately the Concept One carries a price tag hovering around $1 million. Fortunately though, the brand has decided to use similar technology to develop their all new Greyp G12 Electric Bicycle.
This hybrid 2 wheeler has been equipped with a 64-volt 1.3-kWh lithium nanophosphate battery that powers the electric motor. The vehicle gets up to 75 miles per charge, and can reach speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. The Greyp G12 was designed to hit both the dirt roads and the tarmac, and if you ever run out of battery power, you can always pedal. The bike features a high tensile steel frame paired with a carbon fiber body, but our favorite feature is the fingerprint powered 5 inch touchscreen interface that lets riders start the bike with a fingerprint scan, switch between modes, view their speed, power output, battery life, and much more. To help preserve the battery life, Rimac has also outfitted the bike with a regenerative braking system. See it in action below.
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