According to AutoBlog Green, Volkswagen turned out their first form of electric transport at Auto China 2010. VW is set to reveal its first electric automobile in 2013. I guess it’s superior to start somewhere small first, such as with a two-wheeler.
But this eco-friendly black and white creation is not too scruffy. Not only does the Bik.e fold up into a flat disc to be effortlessly stored in the spare tire compartment of your trunk, it can also charge up via an AC outlet or DC current from a car.
As for speed, don’t expect to go as fast or as far as a car or even a usual scooter on the Bik.e. The distinctive distance range on a full charge is 12.5 miles, and the peak speed is 12.5 miles per hour. Not exactly something to use when in hurry, but absolutely a decent option for traveling to work, school or just around the neighborhood.
Given that this has only been spotted at a car show, there aren’t any official details on pricing or release plans around the world now yet, but optimistically this goes commercial soon. Although, then I’m forfeiting the amount of exercise I get from a usual, old bicycle.
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