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CityQ car-eBike combines the Relaxation of a car and Advantages of a bicycle

Ebikes typically afford a more comfortable ride since they require less pedaling and effort compared to conventional bicycles. Among the primary issues with eBikes is that they offer little protection from the weather and the elements. Fortunately, CityQ has answered this problem having an eBike that functions as a bike but was created with safety very similar to that of a vehicle.

Design

Designed to make cycling a happy and enjoyable experience for everyone, CityQ set out
To create a bike that offers comfort and ease even during undesirable conditions. Fitted with a roof, window, and rotating doors on the side, the CityQ car-eBike fully protects its driver from outside problems.

More than two wheels

Even though it is considered that an eBike, CityQ’s cycle has four wheels, not just two. This gives better stability and steering, especially for riders who are elderly and may have more difficulty balancing and supporting on a conventional two-wheeler. The ultimate goal of this CityQ electric bike was to influence more people to make greener transportation choices. This bicycle offers that! The pedals are not connected to any sort of string and work hard to help control the battery when in use. Otherwise, users may control the battery by plugging the vehicle into an ordinary socket.

The specs

CityQ’s electrical bike may look more like an electric vehicle, but it truly is simply an oversized cargo bicycle. It’s only around 87 cm broad , and it weighs about 70 kg. Though it’s small, it’s mighty — this eBike has a powerful motor which reaches up to 250W, along with a max speed of 25 km/h. Passengers can pedal in bike lanes, by the beach, up and down mountains, on the street, and in any sort of terrain or weather that they deem necessary. CityQ is powered by two batteries that are readily charged at home and give drivers a range of 70-100km drive per charge.

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As per its own designers, though CityQ appears somewhat like a compact automobile it’s legally described as an eBike. Therefore, riders do not have to have a driver’s permit to operate. We’d recommend that you check the applicable regulations and rules locally.

Lots of flexibility

The bicycle can be designed in many ways. The first is to offer enough space for the rider and some other freight that he or she may be carrying. The chairs are also modified to provide additional space for passengers. When configured to accommodate 2 adults, each person will be seated fighter-jet-style.

The Way to Buy

CityQ is presently available for preorder, with deliveries expected to start sometime this year. Presently, it is priced at roughly 7,450 Euro (ex VAT & freight), which is roughly $USD9,000. Right now, the CityQ car-eBike is available for purchase through the firm’s site , so those interested can learn more about how to create a purchase at the website.