The Buxus Eva, described by the company as "an e-bike with a motorcycle spirit", will soon start crowdfunding on Indiegogo. The gadget has a 750 W peak power hub motor providing a top speed of 30 mph (~48 kph) with three speed modes. According to Buxus, the engine improves the e-bike's stability through its centre of gravity.
AI-powered responsive torque sensors help the vehicle to navigate hills and stairs, and a Samsung 960 Wh battery allows up to 64 miles (~103 km) range. A dual suspension system enables you to ride over various terrains with comfort and grip. You can use the accompanying app to view information about your bike and journey with real-time riding statistics. You can also use the app for keyless unlock and to push OTA updates to the Eva. Plus, the bike has a built-in alarm system and headlights.
An upgraded model, the Eva-S, will have a 1000 W mid-drive motor for a top speed of 38 mph (~61 kph) and up to 80 Nm of torque. A 1,200 Wh battery provides up to 75 miles (~121 km) range, charging fully in 4.5 hours. Both models have 20-in x 4.25-in fat tires and four-piston hydraulic brakes. It is currently unclear how much the Buxus Eva and Eva-S e-bikes will cost; you can now sign up to a mailing list to receive updates about the products and an undisclosed special offer.