After the clash between the Project_One and the LaFerrari, we’ve seen what Rimac is capable of. What’s more impressive, they don’t limit themselves to the automotive industry.
Greyp Bikes is the brainchild of the people who came up with the Rimac Concept_One, and their goal is to develop and produce the ultimate electric bicycles.
The company’s latest product is the street legal G12H, capable of offering a range up to 240 km (149 miles). According to Kresimir Hlede, COO of Greyp Bikes, the range capability of the bike will depend on its configuration, but with a battery capacity of up to 3 kWh, the G12H will be able to go “far beyond” the 200-km industry-standard on a single charge.
“I am proud to see our product has grand capabilities and, by the end of this year, is going to be ready to obliterate any competition,” said the COO.
With a 45km/h (28 mph) top speed, it won’t be the fastest of the lot – that distinction going to the G12S model – but it will certainly be a money saver. Engadget says a 16 km (10 mile) round trip to work will cost 2.3 cents, making the G12H one of the cheapest powered transportation options available.
The Greyp G12H won’t come cheap, though. It all depends on how you’ll configure it, but its G12S sibling costs €8,380 (~$9,400) and it features a smaller battery package and a lower range.