Currently, the light weight electric bicycle market is booming. Such eco-friendly two-wheelers are ideal for long-distance journeys, especially in a tireless way. However, e-bikes may never replace a car or motorcycle. Despite this, the demand for such bicycles continues to grow due to their light weight and ability to exercise when needed. Seeing that this time, South Korea’s famous automobile company Hyundai (Hyundai) entered the respective field. The popular Spanish e-bike brand has joined hands with Rayvolt eXXite Next They have launched the limited edition model of the electric bike.
Hyundai eXXite Next
Hyundai has collaborated to bring the ‘Special Edition’ of Revolt’s eXXite Next e-bike to the market without making it. Currently, companies like Porsche, Yamaha, Ducati, Mercedes-Benz have also entered the e-bike market. The South Korean company is also encouraged by this. Hyundai’s upcoming electric bicycle named eXXite Next will reportedly be sold only in the French market.
After the eye-catching design of electric cars, the arrival of battery-powered bicycles in their portfolio can be said to increase the range of buyers. The e-bike is priced at 3,490 Euros or $3,767. 3.11 Lakhs in Indian currency which is about Rs.
For performance, the Hyundai eXXite Next has an EPAC 250 watt hub motor. Its output is 50 neutron-meters. It can reach a top speed of 25.7 km/h. It includes a 36 volt 14 ampere hour battery pack. The company claims that it will provide a range of 80 kilometers on a full charge.
The electric bicycle features intelligent regenerative brake sensor and handy back pedal braking system. In addition, there is a sophisticated control panel, a monitor and various ride modes. Various information related to riding such as remaining battery charge, speed will be displayed on the monitor.