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Rimac Electric Bike Can Go 150 Miles on a Single Charge

by Conner Flynn
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Rimac has unveiled a new electric bicycle that is truly impressive. It has a massive 3kWh battery, which helps the Greyp G12H go up to 240 km (~150 miles) on a single charge. That makes this is the longest-range production e-bicycle that we know of.

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Let’s say you have a 10 mile round trip to work. Each way would cost you only 2.3 cents, so it is one of the cheapest powered transportation options you can get. But as we all know, cheap energy consumption does not mean a cheap price tag. The Greyp G12S, the company’s current model costs €8,380, or around $9,400(USD). That model has a shorter 75 mile range but is faster at 70 km/h (44 mph).

The new model won’t be cheaper. It has twice the battery capacity, “Supernova” lights, a custom rack, and a biometric sensor to power it up. No news yet on availability or cost, but like I said, it won’t be cheap.

[via Engadget]

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