Electric bikes have been around for a while now, and just like the electric cars, they have taken advantage of the improving technology and have evolved accordingly.
Making full use of every piece of tech available, the Greyp G12 bike was born.
Equipped with an electric motor capable of developing 16 Hp, the bike draws power from a 1.3 kWh battery pack. This translates into a top speed of 65 km/h, and as any electric vehicle, plenty of torque. Another key feature for any electric vehicle is the range, and the Greyp manages to get somewhere around 120 km.
But the range can easily be extended by several features present on the G12. First off, and the most obvious, are the pedals, which you can use either as an alternative to the electric motor or simultaneous. Regenerative brakes are also installed on the Greyp G12, recovering some of the lost energy.
Every information you need about the bike is displayed on a central console, via touchscreen. Starting the bike can be achieved either by a fingerprint scan or a PIN code. The price of the G12 is 6.000 EUR, which is not exactly cheap, but still a good value for the product.