Vauxhall RAD e Concept Bike

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Automakers are looking for new ways of reducing their average CO2 emissions, so what if they included bicycles in the line-ups? Wouldn’t this seriously lower the average carbon footprint? We’re joking of course, and we’ll get to the point now: Vauxhall used the Geneva Motor Show to introduce the RAD e Concept Bike.
The vehicle uses a pedelec propulsion system that relies on a 250 watt electric unit that can offer 40 Nm of torque. The vehicle can hit a top speed of 20 km/h (12.5 mph) and offers a range of between 64 and 145 km (40 and 90 miles). The frame of the bike is built from hollow pressed steel and relies on the user’s smartphone to offer an intelligent data collection features, monitoring location, range and speed.
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