Think you know what a bicycle is?
Audi, it seems, is bound and determined to shatter any stereotypes you might hold.
Specifically, they've just completed what they're calling e-bike Worthersee designed especially to break out of the proverbial electric-bicycle box.
Among the many things that make the Audi e-bike Worthersee so special are its power-to-weight ratio (record-breaking), speed (record-breaking), fierce aesthetic, and six distinct modes - which are what [Dealer] of [City] would like to focus on today.
Pure, Pedelec, eGrip, Wheelie, Power Wheelie and Balanced Wheelie? Those are their names.
Riders who choose Pure mode must power the bike using the pedals, without any assistance from the motor.
Those looking for a little bit of an assist, can opt for Pedelec, which gets a subtle boost from the electric engine. And for the times when you're either too tired or can't be bothered, eGrip mode engages all of the engines available power.
Underscoring Audi's commitment to fun, regardless of whether it comes in the form of four wheels or two, the three remaining modes are designed for tricks.
In Wheelie mode, the e-bike Worthersee electronically controls power to effectively help riders when the front wheel is lifted off of the ground. Riders with less experience can access Power Wheelie mode via their smartphone for an adjustable wheelie angle. Similarly, more experienced riders can select Balanced Wheelie mode.
Curious to see weather Audi ever takes this concept to production?
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