The Audi RS Q e-tron E2 race vehicle served as the inspiration for the electric bike that the German luxury automaker Audi introduced for the Dakar Rally.
The two-wheel innovation has strong qualities. Engineers from the Italian business Fantic built the bike using the XMF 1.7 electric bike’s base. It has a 250-watt Brose engine. The Fantic battery has a 720 Wh capacity. 85 N* m or so of torque. There are four driving tiers, ranging from Eco to full acceleration.
The bicycle’s frame is built of aluminium. High-quality parts are used in the build, such as IN.CAS brake discs, a hlins fork, and a Sram body kit.
The power reserve is anticipated to range from 50 to 150 kilometres. The top speed hasn’t been revealed yet.
An electric bike costs an astounding $10,200.