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Rimac Launches the Greyp G12 Electric Bike

Sep 5 2013, 8:22am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Rimac Launches the Greyp G12 Electric Bike
 
 

With a 75 mile distance capacity and a 40 miles per hour peak speed, the greyp G12 is something else altogether. Rimac has launched the ultimate electric bike experience for its wanderlust enthusiasts.

The geniuses behind the world’s speediest electric car have just introduced the world to the greyp G12. It is a high quality electric bicycle that whizzes past you faster than a speeding bullet. The CEO of the company spoke of how the ultimate goal was to extend the experience for super fast cars to other segments of the transportation user base. The new machine is a strange mixture of bike and motorcycle. 

Whenever you want to you may convert it to either one based on your preference and desire. It travels with zip and zing. And as for the batteries, they can be charged in a record time of 80 minutes from 0 to 100%. All you really need is a 220 volt socket to get the job done. 


It remains firmly confined within the traffic laws and regulations though. The super speed option is however a tap away on the touch screen in front of the driver. And there are no hassles with losing the keys since it is fingerprint-driven. A modernistic battery pack accompanies the roadworthy romantic dream. It contains Lithium-Nano-phosphate cells that perform absolutely brilliantly. 

Zvonimir Sucic, who joined the Rimac in the capacity of mechanical engineer three years ago, began the whole enterprise. The entire impetus from drawing board to final unveiling was his brainchild. 

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