THE AUSTRALIAN EV BRAND EMOS UNVEILED A "CHOPPER STYLED" E-BIKE | EV NEWS | AUTO REPORTER
The Australian Electric Vehicle brand Electric Mobility Solutions (EMoS) Unveiled an Electric bike. It Looks Like a "Chopper styled" motorcycle, which has named "WYLD." The EMoS WYLD e-bike already got approval to sell in Australia. This E-Bike had added in EMoS's mobility vehicle line-up.
The EMoS WYLD has a higher handlebar, 18-inch flat tire in front as well as rear, big rounded headlamp, forward-mounted mini-floorboard styled footrest, wide and short seat like An American Chopper bikes.
The CEO and Co-founder of EMoS said, "Just putting an electric motor into frames of previously offered vehicles is not making use of the design freedom the use of electric motors and batteries can provide. We want people to turn their heads for our vehicles. We want them to be excited about the form and the function and to make a statement for electric vehicles, and that is the same for the WYLD."
All about EMoS WYLD E-Bike:-
The EMoS WYLD comes with Three electric motor options- 1.5 kW, 2.0 kW, and 3.0 kW. This motor can produce a maximum of 90 Nm of torque. Also, EMoS provides three Removable Lithium battery pack options such as 60v-12Ah, 60v-20Ah, and 60v-30Ah. This E-bike can fully charge in just 5 hours so you can keep on going. The WYLD has a Maximum speed of 50 Kmph and has a Maximum Range of 90 km on a single charge while it is suitable for personal mobility. Due to its 50 kmph top speed, the WYLD does not need a Driving License in some states of Australia. The WYLD has 18-inch fat tires, and For steady braking, it has Hydraulic Disc brakes at both ends. For comfortable riding, WYLD has a suspension at both ends. The weight of this E-bike is 82 kg, and the load-carrying capacity is 200 kg. With WYLD's Digital Information display, you can always see its Speed, Ride Range, Battery status, etc. during the ride.
This chopper styled Electric bike of EMoS is going to sell in Australia. But EMoS have no plans to sell it globally yet. This E-bike will not come to India.