The main goal of designer Pierre Yohanes Lubis was to create an electric bike that would allow its driver to run easily in the busy traffic. » Read more: The Halbo – All-Electric Bike Designed for BMW
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The company has also announced its plans to start lease sales in the land of the rising sun this December.
Developed for delivery services, the electric scooter from Honda can be used by individual business owners.
EV-Neo boasts zero carbon dioxide emissions and to charge the battery you simply need to plug the scooter into a household power source. » Read more: Honda EV-Neo – the Prototype of Electric Scooter Developed for Business Owners
The futuristic superbike generates power using its 74hp (kW) hydrogen fuel-cell six-phase Neodymium-Iron (Nd-Fe) electric motors incorporated in the bike’s giant wheel.
The motors allow the Hornet to reach the top speed of 235km/h. » Read more: Hornet – Electric Superbike that Balances Gyroscopically
The concept was designed by a number of students from the ISD of Valenciennes, France, with the goal of attempting to envision the future of motorbikes in a green environment.
Arik Schwarz, Benoit Czyz, Charles Edouard Berche, and Vincent Montreuil named their creation BMW HP Kunst. » Read more: Hydrogen-Powered BMW Bike Concept
With the EBIQ Electric Bike concept a person can charge his/her laptop, cell phone and other portable gadgets.
Collected energy is stored in the bike’s lithium battery, located in the base.
In addition, the bike features a built-in screen at the steering, which allows the user to easily access the laptop and obtain necessary information anywhere, anytime. » Read more: Electric Bike that Charges Laptops, Cell Phones
The main thing that makes the Lamborbiker different from other motorcycles is the design of its hub-less wheels.
It is worth mentioning that the bike was designed with Ferruccio Lamborghini in mind. Ferruccio Lamborghini had an electric engine so it would be environmentally-friendly. » Read more: Lamborbiker Version II – Eco-friendly Superbike of the Future