This electric vehicle sold for $ 7999
Recently, Seattle’s high-end electric bicycle brand Zeitgeist released their latest product Zeitgeist City e-bike.This product flagship “high speed” and “high end”, 45 km/h and the use of Tesla Model S with the same Panasonic high-density battery will be its biggest bright spot.
According to gizmag, Zeitgeist, the new electric bike, is aimed at the high consumption market in the city, and they will be the “fastest, most luxurious, lightest” three points as the core definition of this product.
This electric bicycle body is made of carbon fiber material, to ensure the body’s lightness. In addition, they also use Kevlar material reinforcement to ensure the strength of the body.
Energy, Zeitgeist this new electric bike with the Model S with the Panasonic high-density batteries, the maximum travel of 129 km.
The battery is charged for four hours and supports quick replacement. Zeitgeist said the user can quickly replace the battery anywhere, while the electric bike also has a foot structure, through the combination of the two to achieve long distance. In addition, it is equipped with LED display, to provide users with real-time power detection.
In terms of handling and speed, the top speed is the biggest highlight of this Zeitgeist City e-bike. It is equipped with a 500-watt motor that allows it to reach a maximum of 45 km per hour per hour. In addition, it is equipped with Auriga E-Comp hydraulic brake system, can enhance the stability and efficiency of the brake.
The bike was designed by Danish bike designer Brian Hoehl, who said in a public interview:
“In the current US bike market, it must be one of the fastest, lightest and most luxurious bike products, and although this is a product for high-market markets in the city, we want it to take advantage of cross-country and urban traffic Only 20.4 kg of it also has enough electricity to meet the user ‘s off – road demand.
At present, this Zeitgeist City e-bike package is priced at $ 7999, equivalent to about 51,921 yuan. They will be available next month at SXSW.